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NDA likely to fall short of parliament majority: surveys

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New Delhi: BJP’s NDA will emerge as the largest alliance in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls but with not enough numbers to form the government, says a survey.

NDA may well win 233 of the 543 seats in parliament, says the poll by ABP News-CVoter.

NDA will require  a few more seats to reach 272 mark. A survey by India Today-Karvy Insights put the BJP and its allies on 237 seats. Modi is facing public discontent over a lack of jobs and a weak farm economy.

ABP survey asked 22,309 voters across all 543 seats of the Lok Sabha over Dec-Jan. 

Another survey on Wednesday found BJP facing fiasco in Uttter Pradesh which sends most MPs to Parliament.

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