Tamilnadu election results 2011 - Survey


Tamilnadu Election Results - Survey - The countdown starts for the election results of the Tamilnadu assembly election held on 13th April 2011. Election is not only a selection of a candidate, we are also deciding and predicting our next five years with the leaders we are electing. But we can’t judge and project a forecasting report on how Tamilnadu and people or the state is going to be benefited

Tamilnadu election results is the most expected release for this month, but there is no much curiosity with the people about the results, because the results are like a probability of tossing a coin. We might get a head or tail, the same way if this election AIADMK wins the other election it will be DMK. We don't have any other choices, there are some young, well educated candidates are also tried their luck in the field of politics, but at the end they have to get attached with the big mountains and follow their leadership and management skills for the state. There is a survey conducted by CNN – IBN The Week post-poll survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), there are 234 seats in the Tamil nadu assembly as per the survey the chances for AIADMK led by J.Jayalalitha will get 120 to 132 seats, where as the DMK may catch up with 102 to 114 seats. This concludes the chances for AIADMK heading the majority will be more in this election.

As per the survey it shows DMK alliance will get a vote share of 44 percent and AIADMK will get a vote share of 46 percent this six percent will be a additional gain for J.Jayalalitha and party when compare to the previous election results which took place during 2006. The low price Rice, TV's, Laptops and other free bees attracted the middle, lower middle and the lower income group. They are tending to expect a lot from the forth coming Dravidar kazhagam, whichever it may be, Were as the upper middle class and the upper class expects lots of disciplinary actions and law and order control across the state. The 2G Scam and other corruption issues has made the population of Tamilnadu to raise their eyebrows and start thinking before they are getting inked in their fingers.

Tomorrow the state will be in an inquisitive state to know about the leader for Tamilnadu. Its still a big question mark about the results, since our people has poor memory power the result is like a tossing a coin probability. Very few instances the election result predictions wrong that too so long, but now people are ready to give chance for their leaders every five year to prove their abilities in serving and developing the state. The DMK Government has provided lots of new bridges and a new secretariat office in Chennai. Let us keep our fingers crossed for the results and the impact on the development of Tamilnadu.


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Author: Chabdrasekaran s r12 May 2011 Member Level: Bronze   Points : 1

from cash for votes Tamilnadu voters have possibly become vote cheaters. cash flows to the voters in very many ingenuous ways and then also cross voting takes place.Why dont the ruling party stop cash for votes scheme as there is general feeling that anti incumbancy is the general pattern



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