New Delhi: Jan ki Baat of Pradip Bhandari has conducted a survey to sense the mood of the voters in the Lok Sabha election, the first phase of which begins April 11. It emerges from the survey that the NDA is retaining power with a comfortable majority.

The NDA is getting an absolute majority with more than 300 seats according to the Jan ki Baat survey.

Another big takeaway in the Bhandari-led team’s finding is that the leading party in the currently ruling coalition, the BJP, is getting more seats in Uttar Pradesh than the so-called mahagathbandhan of the Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Rashtriya Lok Dal.

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The BJP is gaining in Bengal and Odisha.

The alliances of the AIDMK and DMK are in a neck-and-neck situation in Tamil Nadu. The DMK is far from sweeping elections from the seats in the state.

The YSRCP is sweeping Andhra Pradesh.

Despite the JD(S)-Congress alliance, the BJP will get more than 16 seats in Karnataka.

The Congress is gaining in Kerala, Chattisgarh and Punjab.

The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance will sweep Maharashtra according to the results of the Jan ki Baat survey.