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58% want governments to change in Rajasthan, MP & Chhattisgarh, reveals survey

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BHOPAL: As many as 58% people are unahppy with the state goverments in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
They want to vote out the current regimes.

The maximum dissatisfaction is in Rajasthan where 62.59% want government to go, followed by Chhattisgarh where 58.78% are unhappy, says survey by Patrika group that mass-circulated Hindi daily in all these three states.

In Madhya Pradesh, nearly 55% want a change in government. On an average, 58% people in these three states want the government(s) to go. Given a chance, they are likely to vote for another option.

More than 45,000 persons were asked the questions about the performance of goverments in these three states in this survey conducted by the Patrika gorup. The outcome showed that there is a feeling of dissatisfaction.

In Madhya Pradesh and Chhattigarh, the BJP has been in its third term and anti-incumbency is clearly visible. Rajasthan is seen a state where electorate wish to changing government after every five years. 

Interestingly, while majority of the respondents were unhappy with the BJP government in these states, they were also not happy with the performance of Congress. Alsmost 57.5% of the respondents felt that the Congress did not play the role of a strong opposition.