New delhi, Jan 17: The India TV-C Voter-Amar Ujala poll survey (second phase) telecast on Monday night projects the Akali-BJP combine forging ahead in Punjab, after trailing Congress in the first phase of the survey.
In Punjab, SAD-BJP combine may get 56-62 seats, Congress 49-55, PPP 1-3 and Others 3-5, says the C Voters projection.
The survey shows the following vote percentage projection in Punjab : SAD-BJP 41 per cent, Cong 40 per cent, PPP - 6 pc, BSP - 8 pc.
Regionwise, for the 27 seats in Majha, SAD+ is projected to win 14 and Cong 13. In Malwa (64 seats), SAD+ is projected to win 35 and Cong 29 and in Doaba (26) SAD+ is going to win 10, Cong 10 and Others 6 seats.
Asked whether Raja Malvinder Singh joining SAD will harm the Congress, 48 pc respondents said yes, while 39 pc said No.
Asked whether the tussle between Capt Amarinder Singh and Rajinder Kaur Bhattal will harm Congress, 61 pf of respondents said Yes, and 28 pc said No.
One thing is definite in the Uttar Pradesh elections. It's going to be a hung assembly, with BSP projected to win 145 seats, SP 138 seats, Congress coming up on 3rd position at 61 seats and BJP a poor fourth at 41 seats.
Regionwise, the India-C Voter-Amar Ujala poll survey says, out of 114 seats in Purvanchal, BSP may get 46, SP 45, Congress 6, BJP 12 and Others 5.
Out of 52 seats in Rohelkhand, BSP may get 18, SP 21, Congress 4, BJP 8 and Others 1 seat.
Out of 25 seats in Bundelkhand, BSP is projected to win 11, SP 6, Congress 6, BJP 1 and Others 1 seat.
Out of 136 seats in Awadh region, BSP may win 38, SP 51, Cong+ 25, BJP 16 and Others 6 seats.
Out of 76 seats in Harit Pradesh (western UP), BSP may win 30, SP 16, Cong-RLD combine 17, BJP 6 and Others 7 seats.
The Congress is ahead of the ruling BJP in Uttarakhand, according to the India TV-C Voter-Amar Ujala poll survey.
Congress is projected to win 30 seats, BJP 24, BSP 11, Uttarakhand Kranti Dal 2 and Others 3 seats.
The voting percentage shows BJP getting 30 pc, Cong 32 pc, BSp 15 pc and Uttarakhand Kranti Dal 4 pc of the votes.
It appears to be a tie in the Goa assembly polls. Both Congress and the BJP are projected to win 15 seats each, with NCP projected to win 2 and Others 8 seats.
Congress may sweep the Manipur assembly polls. The India TV-C Voter-Amar Ujala poll survey shows Congress is projected to win 27 seats, Manipur People's Party 12, BJP 2 and others 19 seats.