An election-eve survey was conducted in Delhi by Lokniti during the final week of campaigning for the 2020 Delhi assembly elections. Read our survey-based analysis of how Delhi voted in the elections.
Lokniti invites applications for the Summer Workshop on ‘Analyzing Quantitative Data on Indian Politics’ to be held in Bengaluru in collaboration with Jain University, Bengaluru, in the latter half of June 2020.
Since the mid-1990s, Lokniti has conducted election studies during all national elections and several state elections in India. Our data unit holdings constitute one of the largest archives of survey data on voter behaviour and attitudes.
Even as Lokniti's core activity revolves around elections, over the years it has also conducted a series of public opinion studies on a wide range of topics particularly those that deal with specific social issues and segments.
A post-poll survey was conducted in Jharkhand by Lokniti among 2700 voters in 27 Assembly Constituencies. An analysis of the survey data was published in The Indian Express and Prabhat Khabar. Read here to know how Jharkhand voted.
Here are a series of stories by CSDS-Lokniti explaining the 2019 Lok Sabha election outcome.
As part of its National Election Study, Lokniti, CSDS, Delhi, conducted a Pre-Poll Survey between March 24th and March 31st, 2019 among 10,010 respondents spread across 19 States of India. Click to know more.
This collaborative report between the Lokniti programme of the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung analyzes the growth of online social networking sites and apps in India and their role in shaping political preference
Politics and Society between Elections (2017-2019) is a three year research collaboration between Azim Premji University’s Centre for Regional Political Economy and Lokniti (CSDS).Click to find out more about the Study
The 2019 report- ‘Women & Politics: Changing Trends and Emerging Patterns’ attempts to understand the emerging participation of Indian women in election and politics, and identifies the factors responsible for this changing trend in women’s participation.
Status of Policing in India Report (SPIR) 2019 is based on a survey of nearly 12,000 police personnel in 21 states and 10,500 of their family members. It studies working conditions of police personnel, their attitudes, crime investigation, diversity etc.