Punjab Opinion Poll : Legislative Assembly elections are expected to be held in Punjab in 2017, before the end of the current tenure of the Punjab Legislative Assembly. The current ruling coalition is Shiromani Akali Dal – Bharatiya Janata Party alliance led by Parkash Singh Badal.

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The Punjab Legislative Assembly or the Punjab Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral legislature of the state of Punjab in northern India. At present, it consists of 117 members, directly elected from 117 single-seat constituencies. The tenure of the Legislative Assembly is five years, unless dissolved sooner. The current Speaker of the Assembly is Charanjit Singh Atwal. The meeting place of the Legislative Assembly since 6 March 1961 is the Vidhan Bhavan in Chandigarh.

AAP | CPI-ML (Liberation) | Aapna Punjab Party | BJP | INC | SAD | Awaaz-e-Punjab | United Akali Dal | Apna Punjab | Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Party | Swabhiman Party | Janta Dal United

Punjab Political Parties

Rank Party Seats Contested Seats Won  Votes Votes in
Seats Cont.
1 Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) 94 56 59.57 % 42.19 %
3 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 23 12 7.15 % 39.73 %
2 Indian National Congress (INC) 117 48 41.02 % 41.02 %
4 Independent 3 7.13 %
Total 117

Punjab Opinion Poll 2017 Legislative Assembly Election

Polling firm/Link Date SAD-BJP INC AAP
Axis – India Today Oct 2016 17-21 (19) 49-55 (52) 42-46 (44)
TV24 India August 2016 20-25 (22) 27-35 (31) 70-80 (75)
HuffPost-C Voter March 2016  06-12 (09)  08-14 (11) 94-100 (97)
Polls Average 17 31 72

Punjab Opinion Poll India Today-Axis

Party Seats Vote %
Congress 49-55 33%
AAP 42-46 30%
BJP+SAD 17-21 22%
Other 3-7 15%

Punjab Opinion Poll VDPAssociates

Party Seat Share Vote Share%
AAP 93 43%
Congress 15 29%
NDA 6 21%
Others 3 7%

Punjab Opinion Poll India Trending Now

Party Seat Projection
SAD-BJP 9-14
INC 16-20
AAP 85-89

Punjab Opinion Poll TV24 India

Party Seat Projection
SAD-BJP 20-25
INC 27-35
AAP 70-80

Punjab Opinion Poll HuffPost-C Voter

Party Seat Projection Seat Projection
AAP 83-89 94-100
INC (12-18) (8-14)
SAD+BJP (13-19) (6-12)
Others 0-3 0-3
Total 117 117

Punjab Population Cast Wise

Caste Population Notes
OBC 22% Sainis, Kambojs, Lobanas, Tarkhans/Ramgarhias, Kumhars/Prajapatis, Gurjars, Telis, Banjaras, Lohars
Scheduled Castes(Dalits) 31.94% Mazhabi Sikhs – 10%, Chamars/Ad-Dharmis – 13.1%, Balmikis/Bhanghi – 3.5%, Bazigar – 1.05%, Others – 4%[63]
Forward caste 41% Jat Sikhs – 21%, Brahmins, Khatris/Bhapas, Bania, Thakurs/Rajputs
Others 3.8% Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Jains

Punjab Assembly Constituencies List

No. Assembly Constituency Name No. Assembly Constituency Name
1 Sujanpur 60 Ludhiana East
2 Bhoa 61 Ludhiana South
3 Pathankot 62 Atam Nagar
4 Gurdaspur 63 Ludhiana Central
5 Dina Nagar 64 Ludhiana West
6 Qadian 65 Ludhiana North
7 Batala 66 Gill
8 Sri Hargobindpur 67 Payal
9 Fatehgarh Churian 68 Dakha
10 Dera Baba Nanak 69 Raikot
11 Ajnala 70 Jagraon
12 Raja Sansi 71 Nihal Singh Wala
13 Majitha 72 Bagha Purana
14 Jandiala 73 Moga
15 Amritsar North 74 Dharamkot
16 Amritsar West 75 Zira
17 Amritsar Central 76 Firozpur City
18 Amritsar East 77 Firozpur Rural
19 Amritsar South 78 Guru Har Sahai
20 Attari 79 Jalalabad
21 Tarn Taran 80 Fazilka
22 Khem Karan 81 Abohar
23 Patti 82 Balluana
24 Khadoor Sahib 83 Lambi
25 Baba Bakala 84 Gidderbaha
26 Bholath 85 Malout
27 Kapurthala 86 Muktsar
28 Sultanpur Lodhi 87 Faridkot
29 Phagwara 88 Kotkapura
30 Phillaur 89 Jaitu
31 Nakodar 90 Rampura Phul
32 Shahkot 91 Bhucho Mandi
33 Kartarpur 92 Bathinda Urban
34 Jalandhar West 93 Bathinda Rural
35 Jalandhar Central 94 Talwandi Sabo
36 Jalandhar North 95 Maur
37 Jalandhar Cantt 96 Mansa
38 Adampur 97 Sardulgarh
39 Mukerian 98 Budhlada
40 Dasuya 99 Lehra
41 Urmar 100 Dirba
42 Sham Chaurasi 101 Sunam
43 Hoshiarpur 102 Bhadaur
44 Chabbewal 103 Barnala
45 Garhshankar 104 Mehal Kalan
46 Banga 105 Malerkotla
47 Nawanshahr 106 Amargarh
48 Balachaur 107 Dhuri
49 Anandpur Sahib 108 Sangrur
50 Rupnagar 109 Nabha
51 Chamkaur Sahib 110 Patiala
52 Kharar 111 Rajpura
53 S.a.s.nagar 112 Dera Bassi
54 Bassi Pathana 113 Ghanaur
55 Fatehgarh Sahib 114 Sanour
56 Amloh 115 Patiala Rural
57 Khanna 116 Samana
58 Samrala 117 Shutrana
59 Sahnewal

Each of the states of India possesses a parliamentary system of government, with a ceremonial state Governor, appointed by the President of India on the advice of the central government. The head of government is an indirectly elected Chief Minister who is vested with most of the executive powers. The state legislature, the Vidhan Sabha, is the unicameral Punjab Legislative Assembly, with 117 members elected from single-seat constituencies. The capital of Punjab is Chandigarh, which also serves as the capital of Haryana and is thus administered separately as a Union Territory of India.

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