While we are still in the midst of the 2016 elections, the exit poll data (from the Tamil Nadu Election Commission) has shown us that Tamil Nadu voters have been feeling very positive about their political choices. A large number of voters have said that they are no longer voting for the Congress and the AIADMK.
This should come as a surprise since the Congress and the AIADMK have been fighting each other for the last few years. I don’t think it’s the voters’ fault though. Voters tend to vote in their party’s favor, but we shouldn’t forget that they also vote in their own best interests.
Tamil Nadu has been one of the most prosperous states in India, with most of the people being middle class. So I think it is not entirely unreasonable for the voters to be getting some positive feedback.
Well, the exit poll in Tamil Nadu is the exit poll that a voter would want. The fact that it is the exit poll that a voter would want is a bit of a problem for the AIADMK. It is possible that the AIADMK would like to think that their party has a chance of getting the majority vote. This could mean that the AIADMK is not taking into account the concerns of the voters.
I believe that the AIADMK would like to think that they are the only party that is in a position to pull an upset. They might be right about that. But this is not a problem that can be fixed by polling. The AIADMK is counting on the fact that this exit poll suggests that the AIADMK has a chance of winning a majority in Tamil Nadu.
There is no point polling on this. But I am sure that the AIADMK will use this exit poll as a way to create doubt in the minds of the voters. And while I think that poll is a very poor way of determining who is the most popular party, it is enough to create some doubt in the minds of the voters about the AIADMK.
How do you know the AIADMK will get a majority in Tamil Nadu? Well, the exit poll results don’t say anything about this because polling is a poor way of determining the popularity of an electoral campaign. The AIADMK is going to go all out to win this vote. They are going to start campaigning around the Tamil Nadu elections and not let anyone stop them.
The exit poll results are certainly not a good sign for the AIADMK. They are not the ones who are voting or who are doing the campaigning, the AIADMK are. What is happening at AIADMK camp in Tamil Nadu is that they are actually doing the campaigning. They are just not giving away the details of what they are doing, they are just not saying it in the poll results.
AIADMK is the party that has been fighting the election for two years. The party that has been fighting for the last four elections is not the party that is winning. The party that has been fighting for the last one and a half years is the party that is winning. And as we all know it is the party that has been winning since the AIADMK has been in power. This is a clear indication that it has not worked in Tamil Nadu.
In Tamil Nadu, AIADMK’s vote share has gone up by around 16.5% between 2013 and 2016, but the party’s vote share has also increased by about 16.3% between 1996 and 2016, according to an exit poll conducted by ICM-Doxa. The poll conducted by Doxa also revealed that the AIADMK party would win around 39% of the votes in Tamil Nadu in 2016.