Authors: Arijit Bag
Computational method is developed to understand the political behavior, culture and policies of a society. It is shown that from political behavior, culture and policies of a society, direction and amplitude of social revolution may be measured which helps to find out the political standing of a society at any time. The knowledge of political standing would help to predict the results of any political election. This methodology is applied to predict the assembly election result 2016 of West Bengal, India. Finally, published result is compared with computed result. It is observed that one of the computed results fits extremely well with the exact result. This method is very good for post election analysis to understand the demand of the society which should help to run better government.
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