A pre-poll survey conducted by Aaraa, a city-based agency, has predicted that the YSR Congress could get between 105 and 112 Assembly seats and 15 to 18 Lok Sabha seats in Seemandhra.
Agastya Research and Analysis Agency (Aaraa), the agency which carried out the statewide pre-poll survey, said it structured the sample to reflect constituency-level caste combinations of voters.
The halfway mark in the 175-seat Seemandhra House is 88. The Telugu Desam-BJP combine could win 55 to 65 Assembly seats and seven to 10 Lok Sabha seats, the survey showed.
TDP defiance casts shadow on NDA rally in Hyderabad
There is fresh trouble for an alliance that survived a scare only two days ago. BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi wants TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu to either withdraw his party candidates in the fray in three Assembly segments in the Seemandhra region given to the BJP or stay away from the NDA rally in Hyderabad on April 22.