In this article, an analytical predictive model of the negative capacitance (NC) effect in symmetric long channel double-gate junctionless transistor is proposed based on a charge-based model. In particular, we have investigated the effect of the thickness of the ferroelectric on the I-V characteristics. Importantly, our model predicts that the negative capacitance minimizes short channel effects and enhances current overdrive, enabling both low power operation and more efficient transistor size scaling, while the effect on reducing subthreshold slope shows systematic improvement, with subthermionic subthreshold slope values at high current levels. Our predictive results in a long channel junctionless with NC show an improvement in ON current by a factor of 6 in comparison to junctionless FET. The set of equations can be used as a basis to explore how such a technology booster and its scaling will impact the main figures of merit of the device in terms of power performances and gives a clear understanding of the device physics. The validity of the analytical model is confirmed by extensive comparisons with numerical TCAD simulations in all regions of operation, from deep depletion to accumulation and from linear to saturation.