New Delhi, (Asian independent) The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) is likely to sweep the Tamil Nadu assembly with a projected win on 158 seats, which is a growth of 60 seats over what it won in 2016 assembly elections, whereas the vote share is also supposed to rise by 2 per cent, as per the IANS C-Voter Poll Survey.
The poll results also said that the party may win anywhere between 154 to 162 seats in the assembly elections that are scheduled to be held on April 6.
Meanwhile, National Democratic Alliance (NDA) may be reduced to 62 seats, a massive decline from 2016 elections. The party had won 136 seats then.
Meanwhile, the combine may win anywhere between 58 to 66 seats in the 2021 elections whose result will be out on May 2. Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in the state on April 6.
The vote share of the UPA is likely to improve to 41.4 per cent from 39.4 per cent it achieved in 2016. Meanwhile, NDA may see a reduction of 15.1 per cent in the vote share from the 2016 election. In the previous assembly election, the alliance had got 43.7 per cent of the total votes. However, it is supposed to achieve only 28.6 per cent in 2021.
The poll was conducted for more than 16,000 people at 234 assembly seats.