The Lok 2014 Pre-election Survey results were highlighted in a recent article in The Hindu, ‘2009 vote shares may be reversed in 2014’. Check out the article and continue following this blog for more updates about the Indian voting behavior research project.
The Lok 2014 Pre-election Survey is a panel survey run by the Center for the Advanced Study of India with funding from the Lok Foundation which reached over 65,000 households across India. This reflects the largest household sampling of any pre-election opinion poll ever done in India. Read more in our summary report or methodology note.