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Online poll results of, in line with actual results

27-05-201927-05-2019 15:05:22 IST
Updated On 27-05-2019 20:24:36 ISTUpdated On 27-05-20192019-05-27T09:35:22.591Z27-05-2019 2019-05-27T09:30:02.334Z - 2019-05-27T14:54:36.798Z - 27-05-2019

Online poll results of, in line with actual results

The online poll results of about people's choice for Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and Prime Minister of India stand vindicated after the declaration of results of Assembly and Loksabha elections.

The poll results indicated that the people of Andhra Pradesh are set to choose Jagan as their Chief Minister. The number of people who chose incumbent Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu as their choice was far away from the number of people who preferred Jagan as their choice. Out of the total 5,378 votes polled in this online poll, Jagan received the overwhelming support of 2,290 respondents. Even Chandrababu was no match to his tally as the incumbent only got 1,665 votes. Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan who too has CM aspirations got just 1,423 votes in this online poll and was no way in a position to challenge Jagan as the choice of CM by the people.

After election results were out, the seat tally in assembly reflected the poll results of as YSRCP led by Jaganmohan Reddy got 151 seats out of 175 in the State and TDP led by Chandrababu Naidu was just confined to 23 seats. Pawan Kalyan's Janaseana was just restricted to one seat in East Godavari district.

In the adjacent online poll that asked for the people's choice for PM, it gave more votes to Rahul Gandhi. Out of the total 3,580 votes polled, PM Narendra Modi got 1414 votes and Rahul had fared a little better than him with 1,727 votes. BSP supremo Mayawati and TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee got 362 and 77 votes respectively. 

Though Modi led BJP got a majority in Loksabha for the second consecutive time, which was against the poll results, the party did not fare well in the Southern States as it did not open account in AP, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. It got just four out of 17 seats in Telangana. 

The site is popular in South India, especially in the Telugu States. Thus the people who voted in the online poll were from South India, predominantly from Telugu states. Hence, Rahul fared a little better than Modi in this poll indicating the mood of the State in which the poll found the majority number of its voters.

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