The Left Democratic Front (LDF) has a clear edge over the United Democratic Front (UDF) in winning the upcoming Assembly elections in Kerala, Manorama News-VMR pre-poll survey predicted. Out of the 140 constituencies in Kerala, the survey predicted 82 seats for the LDF, 54 for UDF and 3 for the NDA while one seat is to be won by the independent candidate PC George.
Since some of the constituencies where a tightly fought one with only slight percentage differences, the Manorama News-VMR projections for the final election results are:
LDF- 77 – 82 seats (vote share: 43.65%)
UDF- 54 – 59 seats (vote share: 37.37%)
NDA- 0 – 3 seats (vote share: 16.46%)
OTH- 0 – 1 seats (vote share: 2.52%)
According to the survey, Pinarayi Vijayan was seen as most suited to be the Chief Minister of leading with 39%, followed by Oommen Chandy with 26%. They were followed by KK Shailaja (12%), Ramesh Chennithala (11%), K Surendran (5%) and V Muraleedharan (3%).
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The survey, which was conducted between February 15 and March 15 among 27,000 voters across the state. The four-part series – the biggest pre-poll survey in the state – predict probable winners of all the 140 seats in the assembly. The survey also reveals the likely state-level vote share of the fronts and the candidate most suited to be the CM apart from the winner in all constituencies.
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Manorama News-VMR pre-poll survey: LDF set to retain power, Pinarayi most suited to be CM. Read more at: https://www.onmanorama.com/kerala/top-news/2021/03/24/kerala-election-news-manorama-news-vmr-pre-poll-survey-final-part.html