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BJP Rise In Lok Sabha Election: About 400 days are left for the Lok Sabha elections. All parties are busy preparing for the elections. In such a situation, let’s see whose popularity has boomed and who has suffered losses. In this, we will analyze the figures of 2009, when the UPA government was formed under the leadership of Manmohan Singh. At the same time, in the year 2014, during the Modi wave, BJP’s huge victory will be reviewed. Along with this, we will look at the statistics regarding Modi’s return in 2019 and see whose vote share has increased and whose vote share has decreased.
In the last three general elections, BJP voters increased by 14.1 crore. But the interesting thing is that the vote share of Congress has remained the same, but not only did the party lose power, but the number of seats also decreased a lot.
a look at the statistics
Before reviewing the figures, let us look at the figures of the three Lok Sabha elections once. In 2009, BJP got 7.8 crore votes. Congress got 11.9 crore votes in this election. In this election, BJP got 116 seats, while Congress got 206 seats.
In 2014, the BJP contested the elections under the leadership of Narendra Modi and formed the NDA government at the center with a thumping majority. In 5 years, BJP’s votes had increased to 17.1 crore while Congress got 10.6 crore votes. In 2019 also, the chariot of BJP moved forward. This time BJP’s votes increased to 22.9 crores. Congress got 11.9 crore votes in this election.
BJP’s graph came up continuously
In the 10 years between 2009 and 2019, the graph of BJP has come up continuously. During three elections in 10 years, voters increased with BJP every time and it increased by 14.1 crores. In terms of the number of votes, Congress got 11.9 crore votes both in 2009 and 2019. That is, the voter of Congress remained attached to it.
The mind will be shaken after seeing the seats of Congress.
Take a look at this figure carefully. Congress voters remain almost equal. Now look at the seats of Congress, then this number shakes the mind. In 2009, Congress got 206 seats, while in 2014 and 2019, it got only 44 and 52 seats respectively. Congress lost 150 seats in 5 years after 2009, which remained in 2019 as well.
Mathematics will be understood by vote share
To understand the decline in Congress seats, one has to look at the vote share, which will clear the picture. In the 2009 general elections, the BJP got 18.8 percent of the total votes, while the Congress got 28.55 percent. Five years later, when the next elections were held in 2014, the BJP’s vote share jumped by almost 13 percent to 31.34 percent, while the vote share of the Congress fell to 19.52 percent.
In 2019 also, the BJP maintained a jump in vote share and it reached 37.76 per cent. On the other hand, the Congress once again remained stuck at around 19.70 per cent in 2014.
Congress is getting defeated by this bet of BJP
The figures of the three elections held in the last ten years show that the graph of BJP has been increasing continuously. New voters are associated with the party. But these figures also show that among the voters who have increased with the BJP, there are supporters of other parties. There has been no decrease in the number of voters of Congress, but the vote share of BJP has increased due to increase in new voters, the party is getting defeated.
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