Mayawati will win the 2012 assembly polls and form the government in Uttar Pradesh to become the Chief Minister again, according to politicsparty.com.
Politicsparty.com, which conducted a voters' attitude poll, in all the 403 assembly constituencies in Uttar Pradesh to understand the voters mood sixteen months before the polls has come out with this opinion.he research survey to gauge the voters mood was conducted over three-days during January 21 to 23.
During the survey, they interviewed around 200 people (100 men and 100 women) in each assembly constituency. team of highly qualified specialist psephologists with no political loyalties and possessing independent professional integrity conducted the poll.
The sample interviewed for the survey included the socio-economic demographic profile of both men and women in all the regions of Uttar Pradesh.
According to the survey, Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will win 240 seats out of the total 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh, while Mulayam Singh Yadav's Samajwadi Party will win only 59 seats even less than what they had won in the 2007 assembly polls.
Bahujan Samaj Party has a slight edge above the other parties as Muslims are voting in large numbers for Mayawati in the next assembly polls.
Mayawati's vote base of dalits is firmly with her, and she can deliver hundred percent of the dalit votes to the candidate of any other caste. She also gets the votes of the upper castes and the OBC in constituencies, where the BSP candidate is from the upper castes and the OBC.
Mayawati is thus riding ahead of all others to easily win the Government again, says the survey.oreover, Mayawati has provided a Government, which has completely uprooted the 'Goonda Raj' and 'Gangsterism' by the Mulayam regime.
The ordinary men and women are pleased with the Mayawati regime crackdown against musclemen, extortionists, kidnappers and protection rackets.
here is only one way to defeat Mayawati. The party must project a credible OBC, who will not be perceived as hostile to the upper castes, to win Uttar Pradesh, according to politicsparty.com.
The Congress is losing assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh because of three factors- mega scams, rising inflation and that the party has no credible Chief Minister candidate.
No OBC support defeats Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Muslim-Kurmi erosion exit Mulayam Singh Yadav. (ANI)