The findings of the survey will be telecast from December 17 to December 19, 2012
December 14, 2012:
As Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh await the results of the assembly elections, CNN-IBN, in partnership with THE WEEK, brings you ‘Battle for the States’: Post-Poll Survey, a comprehensive post-election survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS). As both states witness a straight fight between the ruling BJP and Congress, this special show will predict the number of seats each party stands to win.
The survey will give the viewers a head start on the likely vote percentage, sense the mood of the voter in each constituency and discuss the biggest factors that are going to impact the results. The findings of this survey will be aired on CNN-IBN on Dec 17 @ 5 PM onwards & on Dec 18 & 19 @ 9 PM onwards.
Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-Chief, CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN-Lokmat, said, “This post-poll survey is an attempt to sense the mood of the voters on how their decision will impact the overall constitution of their respective assembly.”
In association with The Week, IBN7 presents Mera Vote Meri Sarkar and Satta Nau Sangharsh, two special shows that will reveal the findings of a comprehensive post-poll survey conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Society (CSDS). These shows will delve into seat projections and vote percentage, highlight the mood of every constituency, and discuss the biggest factors that will impact the results.
The survey will analyse the performance of the political parties and their chances of winning the elections. With Mera Vote Meri Sarkar and Satta Nau Sangharsh, IBN7 hopes to keep its promise of bringing the best election coverage by helping the viewers understand what these elections mean for their future.
The findings of the survey will be aired on IBN7 from December 17th to 19th, 6 PM onwards.
Ashutosh, Managing Editor, IBN7 said, “This scientific and exhaustive post-poll survey will serve as an excellent window of interest for the entire nation to understand the current political and social slant in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.”