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Social Media Might Play Decisive Role in 2014 Lok Sabha Polls

Social Media Might Play Decisive Role in 2014 Lok Sabha Polls

A learn about published on Thursday that social media Would Possibly play a decisive Role in 2014 general election Poll.160 constituencies specifically May convey a perfect influence.

RIS Data Basis and Web and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) did a study collectively on social media and Lok Sabha Elections. The find out about published that all over the next common election, going to be held in 2014, out of whole 543 constituencies, One Hundred Sixty constituencies will be extremely suffering from social media.

Categorisation of high impact constituenies has been achieved on the basis of the choice of Facebook customers in a selected space. These areas the place Facebook customers make contributions to greater than 10 p.c are counted as excessive affect constituencies.

Consistent With the learn about, Sixty Seven constituencies are medium influence constituencies where the number of Facebook customers is low as compared to high impression constituencies. And rest of the constituencies come below low affect constituencies having low impact of social media.

There are round 60 constituencies which fall beneath low impression constituencies and the remainder 256 out of 543 have zero affect of social media.

Consistent With the find out about, Maharashtra consists of maximum selection of high impact constituencies, having 21 excessive impact constituencies below it and Gujarat comes at second place having 17 excessive influence constituencies under it.




13 Comments to “Social Media Might Play Decisive Role in 2014 Lok Sabha Polls”

  1. Xavier Hawthorne // April 20, 2013 at 01:36 // Reply

    How is it ensured in your country that one person casts only one vote in one constituency and does not go about in different constituencies casting votes?

  2. and has absolutely no paid outside work?
    Unless they are promoted to cabinet office when it’s goodbye constituency.

  3. Boo Cookie // April 23, 2013 at 19:22 // Reply

    If not, which constituency has predicted it for the longest period of time?

  4. mrankinmatt // April 25, 2013 at 16:33 // Reply

    How are the presidential candidates addressing different constituencies?

  5. both of them mean voting district but it must have difference! i read this sentence in my textbook: electoral districts were therefore multi-member constituencies!

    thks a lots

  6. I’m aware there are sites showing the individual results and margins of victory for each constituency, but in all honesty I haven’t the time to go trawling through all 649 of them in order to find out the biggest. However I do have time to post this question on Yahoo Answers, so any help you could give would be much appreciated :]

  7. uberfailz // May 24, 2013 at 04:21 // Reply

    Labour officials in Birmingham have stated that they have banned all men from being a party candidate to succeed Clare Short as a city MP. They have also hinted they won’t be picking any white women. The constituency is of mainly ethnic origins.

  8. easton j // May 26, 2013 at 00:40 // Reply

    I have to write about one that is current in San Francisco and have to pass a bill for what I write. The Policy Brief has to be in relation with Constituency (SF) and major (Engineer- EE/ME). What are somethings I can choose from?

  9. Phillip123 // May 26, 2013 at 09:05 // Reply

    City will be divided into different geographic areas called electoral districts.
    Districts are also called ridings or constituencies.
    Thanks for the answer but this is about Canada.

  10. In Tamil nadu (India) Constituency Election for Teachers and Graduates 2011 going to conduct..i have added as graduate my name in the voters list at last day…

    can anyone what are the benefits i will get by adding my name..?
    is politicians going to come and request for their votes ? what they will give as bribe for their vote?

  11. I just want to clarify, but are districts in the US the same as constituencies, or are they different?

  12. Is it bad that a constituency has a safe seat? How does any constituency result in having a safe seat? Why don’t people consider every party during general elections?

  13. kamikami // June 8, 2013 at 17:26 // Reply

    “As if Gordon Brown didn’t have enough problems, the hard left is appealing to disaffected trade unionists by fielding parliamentary candidates in 40 constituencies in protest against Labour’s perceived failure to represent workers properly.”


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