Voting in Madhya Pradesh will be held on November 17. ABP-C voter opinion survey predicts that there will be a change of power in the state. Congress can win absolute majority alone. 113 to 125 seats are predicted for Congress. BJP may get 104 to 116 seats. BSP is likely to win two seats. Others may bag all 3 seats. At that time, the survey says that BJP and Congress are increasing the vote share. In the last election, BJP’s vote share was 41.0 percent. Congress’s is 40.9 percent. It will rise to 44.7 and 44.6 respectively. In terms of vote share, Congress will be a bit behind. The leakage is shown in the vote share of BSP and other parties/independents.
For the first time after the formation of the state, the ABP-C voter survey indicates that the administration of the state will be out of the hands of K Chandrasekhara Rao. Congress may capture 48 to 60 seats. But KCR’s Bharat Rashtra Samithi could get only 43 to 55 seats. The BJP, which is preparing to take the state and make a breakthrough in South Indian politics, can win only 5 to 11 seats. The survey also says that the BJP can increase its vote share significantly. The vote share which currently stands at 7 percent will be increased to more than 16 percent. 9.3% growth. Congress will increase its vote share to 38.8 percent from the current 28.3 percent. BRS will face a heavy setback in this regard. will fall from 46.9 percent to 37.5 percent. 9.4 percent fall. Part of BJP’s additional votes will come from BRS itself.
In Mizoram, the currently ruling MLF (Mizo National Front) will win more seats but not an absolute majority. A hung assembly is a possibility. According to the ABP-C voter opinion survey, the MLF party will take 13 to 17 seats. Congress will win 10 to 14 seats. Sorum People’s Movement will win 9 to 13 seats. At that time there will be a significant fall in the vote percentage of MNF. They will lose 7.2% votes. Congress too will have to face a minor setback.
The ABP-C voter opinion survey says that the BJP may be able to increase its vote share this time, but the Congress will retain power. Congress may get 45 to 51 seats. 39 to 45 seats are predicted for BJP. Congress can also increase its vote share by 2.2 percent over what it got in the last election. It is also said that BJP will increase its vote share by 10 percent.
The results of the ABP-CVoter opinion poll suggest that the Rajasthan Congress, mired in endless civil strife, will have a chance to continue the strife after coming out of power. The survey results show that the BJP will win between 127 and 137 seats. BJP will get about 46 percent vote share. At the same time Congress will shrink to between 59 and 69 seats. The vote share will be 42 percent. Ashok Gehlot’s government is facing strong anti-incumbency sentiment, the survey says.