In recent months, cities across India have been conducting a series of public polls in which residents vote for their own government.
In some cases, the results are not public, but rather secret and the results will be made public if the results do not surprise or upset those voting.
The most recent public poll, for instance, took place in Bengaluru on April 24.
However, the city did not release the final results.
That poll showed that a majority of the respondents said they would vote for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), with just over half of them voting for the Samajwadi Party.
Other poll results were not released.
A new poll, also in Bengalurovam on April 28, also showed that Bharatiyas support had risen significantly in the city, but the results were secret.
The results of the poll showed the party had a comfortable lead over the opposition Congress Party, with just a single percentage point separating them.
This poll was conducted by a team of political scientists led by professor B.K. Grewal from the University of Cambridge.
Gave an interview to the BBC, Grewl said he was motivated by the results from the latest election and wanted to find out if people had really changed their minds in the aftermath of the elections.
“I’m trying to find a more informed answer for the people.
If you’re not engaged in the election process, what’s the point of participating?” he said.
“It’s not the question of voting, it’s the question: What are you voting for?
What are your priorities?
And if your priorities are not aligned with the political class, what are you doing to support them?”
The results of this poll were not shared with the public, nor were the final numbers revealed.
Grede said that they wanted to see whether the new survey would show that the Bharati yas party is gaining support among the lower middle class.
“If you look at the data, we’ve seen that the majority of those who voted for the Bharat yas have moved to the other party.
So, there is clearly a divergence in the voter base,” he said, adding that the party’s support was also evident among the young.
The results also came with a warning that the survey was not an accurate indicator of the public’s attitude toward the Bharatis ruling party.
“You have to look at how people are reacting.
So you have to see how people react in real life.
This is how you know what they are really thinking,” Gredef said.
Grewl told Ars that he had received many queries about the results and he would be sharing them with his team, but that the final poll would not be released until he received results.
He said that he was also curious about whether the poll had any impact on the political landscape.
“People are not voting as much as they used to.
There are a lot of factors that go into this.
You know that you are dealing with a big country like India.
The question is: What will happen to that country if it’s not democratic?
The answer is very complicated,” he explained.
“I don’t want to just say, ‘This is what the public thinks.’
It’s up to the people to decide what they want to do with their life.”
A similar poll took place two years ago in Bangalore, and the result was similarly not shared.
In the first poll, the BJP’s support had been rising steadily from the early part of the year.
However that poll was also kept secret from the public.
Gredef told Ars, “The public is a different animal.
There is a big gulf between what people say and what they do.
People say things like, ‘I’m voting for my party, but what do I know?’
People are not saying, ‘You should go and vote for your party, because if you vote for another party, you’re just going to be seen as voting against the other parties.'”
Grewel told Ars he was curious to see if this survey would have any impact.
“In the last election, we had a question about why people were voting for Bharat.
And we did see that they were not voting for BJP, but they were voting against Samajwsan,” he told us.
“But we didn’t ask about why they were so angry at Samajwalan, or why they voted for Samajawadi Party, or what their agenda was.”
In this case, the survey would be a good opportunity to learn more about the electorate, he said; “I’m not sure if that survey will be an indication of what people think about the BJP.
It’s more interesting to see what people are thinking about their party.
That will help us better understand how they behave in politics.”
He added that it was interesting to compare this with other similar polls in India.
“The results are interesting because