If there is one thing that most agree upon it is the fact that the 2019 election is a much harder election to read than 2014. On the ground, it veers between these two seemingly contradictory narratives: That this is a national election, a referendum on PM Modi, or is this 543 individual fights? Now some may say that even in 2014, the BJP's footprint was not strictly national: It won most of its seats in the North and West, and had a negligible presence in the South and East. But that said, this question of national vs seat by seat seems more urgent as we enter the second half of this election. Tonight on Reality Check, we discuss the phenomenon of 'Modi-fied vs seat by seat election.