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UPA losing sheen: Survey


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New Delhi: After eight years in power, the prospects of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) seem to be going down against the rising graph of the main opposition BJP, an ABP News-Nielsen survey said on Sunday.

The UPA-II will complete three years in office on May 22.

The survey, conducted across 28 cities in the country in April-May, reveals that the BJP would garner 28 per cent of the votes if Lok Sabha elections are held now, while the Congress would manage only 20 per cent. The next general elections are scheduled in 2014. (IANS)



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