Seminar-August 10,2016- Dhananji Joshi, Sam S Solomon

The Business Of Polling

If representativeness is the key focus of an election poll, then compared to CATI, PAPI or CAPI seem to be more reliable ways of data collection. However, in terms of cost, the difference is huge. Although refusal rates are higher in CATI, costs towards field operations are none.

Polling One Billion - October 16, 2015 - Interview by Sam S Solomon

Dhananjai Joshi on the challenges of polling in India

Dhananjai Joshi, Managing Director of Cicero Associates and Consultants, has over eleven years of experience conducting large-scale sample surveys.

India Today - June 1, 2015 - Kaushik Deka

Modi government's one year: India Today Group-Cicero snap

The results are out, and a majority feels that the Modi government's showing has been good but achche din are yet to arrive.

India Today - Aoril 2, 2015

India Today-Cicero Mood of the Nation Opinion Poll:

The poll has found that 22 per cent of the respondents consider PM Modi's performance as excellent while 38 per cent of them rated his performance as good.

India Today - February 10, 2015 - Rahul Kanwal

Arvind Kejriwal popular among upper middle-class voters

The Cicero Exit Poll conducted on February 7 at 210 locations among 7,668 voters shows that the AAP was more popular not just among..

India Today - February 14, 2015 - Mail Today Bureau

India Today-Cicero Mood of the Nation Poll: 300 days after..

The poll has found that 22 per cent of the respondents consider PM Modi's performance as excellent while 38 per cent of them rated his performance as good.

DailyO - Feb 11, 2015 - Dhananjai Joshi

How we got the Delhi polls all wrong

The AAP’s historic victory was underestimated by all exit polls and even those who caught the lead missed the extent of the wave..

India Today - Aoril 2, 2015

Delhi polls: What's changed for Kejriwal

...Almost half the Muslim respondents (49 per cent) in the Cicero opinion poll said that they would vote for the AAP...

India Today - June 2, 2014 - Pradeep Chhibbar, Dhananjai Joshi

India voted for Modi for development, claims report

BJP gained at least 3 per cent extra vote share and 50-60 seats because people chose politics of action over politics of inclusion..

India Today - May 19, 2014 - Dhananjai Joshi

Temple town wants a PM

The India Today Group-Cicero Varanasi exclusive opinion poll not only throws light on how the constituency..

India Today - May 12, 2014

India Today Group-Cicero post-poll result:

The post-poll survey by Cicero for the India Today Group, showed the NDA hitting between 261 and 283 seats..

The Sunday Guardian - March 15, 2014

64% in UP, 54% in Delhi want Modi as PM

According to a snap poll conducted by The Sunday Guardian-Cicero in five states..

The Indian Express - Aug 26, 2009 - Dhananjai Joshi

Advantage Hooda

Dissolving the legislature and calling for fresh elections is always a calculated risk for a ruling party.

he Indian Express - May 28, 2009 - Dhananjai Joshi

A full hand

How will the Congress revival rework UP’s political equations?

Economic & Political Weekly - Feb 7, 2009 - Dhananjai Joshi, Praveen Rai

Chhattisgarh 2008: Defeating Anti-Incumbency

The Bharatiya Janata Party's triumph in the Chhattisgarh assembly election had a lot to do with the way in which the public perceived the gains..

The Indian Express - April 26, 2008 - Dhananjai Joshi

The political price to pay

As prices rise, the question is: How will inflation play out in elections? Who will bear the brunt?

The Indian Express - April 18, 2008 - Dhananjai Joshi

A new umbrella over UP?

Is the BSP becoming a ‘catch-all’ party? And is the decline of the national parties complete? Here’s what the data says

The Indian Express - March 8, 2008 - Dhananjai Joshi

Story of red

With a tally of 49 seats in an assembly of 60, the ruling Left Front has matched its best performance in the state in the last three decades.

The Indian Express - Feb 27, 2008 - Dhananjai Joshi

Going, going, Musharraf?

With a new government about to be formed in Islamabad, political commentators around the world are busy speculating..

The Indian Express - Feb 18, 2008 - Dhananjai Joshi

Threat perception

The controversy stirred by Raj Thackeray’s comments on ‘outsiders’ raises the question: Do the people of Maharashtra buy the argument..

Economic & Political Weekly - Dec 18, 2004 - Dhananjai Joshi, Praveen Rai

ThreatperceptionHaryana : Landslide Victory for Congress

In the jat-dominated politics of the state, the Congress benefited from the negative image of the chief minister and his family.

Economic & Political Weekly - Feb 7, 2004 - Abhay Datar, Dhananjai Joshi, Sanjay Kumar

Assembly Elections in Delhi

The recent Delhi assembly elections witnessed several close campaigns between the two major parties, Congress and BJP.