The previously conducted bi-monthly poll featured the question “Who would you vote for?” The results were as follows:
From the above results we can make out that there is a clear difference of opinion (or ideologies). While there is a difference in number for the two veteran parties, Congress and BJP, we can’t say much. It is clear that the competition is cut throat and the margin is very small. While some people support Congress ideologies, some support BJP’s.
What is interesting is to see that a considerable number of votes have come in for other parties, which might be BSP, SP, RJD, JDU, etc. People are taking to other parties and their ideologies. The 2009 Lok Sabha elections will certainly be interesting.
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