Survey results telecast on ‘Election Tracker’ on CNN-IBN and ‘Mera Vote Meri Sarkar – Agar Abhi Chunav Hon Toh’ on IBN7, from Mon, Oct 28 to Thu, Oct 31 at 8pm
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | October 29, 2013
As the 5 states of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Mizoram go to elections in November-December, CNN-IBN & IBN7, in partnership with THE WEEK, bring to you the most incisive and definitive pre-election survey in these states, conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS).
Amidst the tough multi-party competition and hectic campaigning in these states, the survey will give the viewers a head start on the likely outcome of the Assembly elections; delving into seat projections, sensing the mood of the voters in key constituencies and discussing the biggest factors and issues that are going to impact the results.
With a formidable team of journalists, joined by the best political experts in the country, the survey aims to give its viewers the sharpest and most precise analysis of the elections.
Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-Chief, CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN-Lokmat, said, “The pre-poll study is an attempt to sense the mood of the voters and determine how this will impact the overall constitution of the respective State Assemblies. Once again, we are pleased to partner with THE WEEK in this endeavour."
Ashutosh, Managing Editor, IBN7 said, “In the run-up to the State Assembly elections, this pre-poll study is an initiative to reach out to voters, understand their issues and how their decision will impact the electoral outcomes in these 5 key poll-bound states.”
Philip Mathew, Managing Editor, THE WEEK, said, “We are glad to partner with CNN-IBN & IBN7 in conducting this pre-poll survey. As usual, it is our endeavour to give our readers the most thorough insights into the current political and social scenarios in the poll-bound states.”
To know the findings of this study, tune into ‘Election Tracker’ on CNN-IBN and ‘Mera Vote Meri Sarkar – Agar Abhi Chunav Hon Toh’ on IBN7, from Mon, Oct 28 to Thu, Oct 31 at 8pm.
You can also read the detailed results and analysis of the survey in the issue of THE WEEK, hitting stands on Nov 1, 2013.