National Election Study 2009

National Election Study 2009
The Bharatiya Janata Party's rise in Karnataka politics is a clear reflection of the inability of the Congress to present a credible alternative and the incapacity of the Janata Dal (Secular) to...
Breaking off its long partnership with the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Biju Janata Dal and its new allies won both the Lok Sabha and assembly elections held in Orissa in April 2009. The Congress...
Factionalism in the state Congress and a positive appraisal of the two-year old Prem Kumar Dhumal-led government in Himachal Pradesh helped the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party garner three out of the...
A perusal of urban voting trends in the NES 2009 survey hints at the weakening of the urban voter base of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Many among the urban poor prefer the Congress-led United...
Mining data from the National Election Study, this paper cites evidence to show that the perception of the central government mattered for those who voted for the United Progressive Alliance, but not...
In the elections to the lone seat in the Lok Sabha from Mizoram, the Congress continued to enjoy the support that helped it win in the December 2008 assembly elections. Voters privileged the...
An apparent lack of enthusiasm for either of the two main political parties in Goa was evident in the Lok Sabha elections. This negative opinion of the nature of governance in the state, combined...
In Arunachal Pradesh, the past trend of favouring the party heading the state government in the parliamentary elections continued in 2009. One departure was the more intense nature of competition...
Appendix I Appendix III All India Lok Sabha Results with Changeover Summary of State-wise Lok Sabha Results 2009 for UPA and NDA State State Name Total Turnout UPA NDA Other Parties Party Seats...

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