BJP all set to lose Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh in Assembly elections: ABP survey
NEW DELHI: Congress is likely to bounce back and emerge victorious in the assembly polls for the three states that are scheduled later this year.
The party will win Rajasthan by a huge margin and also defeat BJP in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
A survey by ABP News & C Voter suggests that BJP is doing badly and anti-incumbency seems to be at work in these states.
In Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje seems to be losing by a massive margin. The survey says that Congress will get around 130 seats followed by BJP (57). Others including independents will get 13 seats.
Ashok Gahlot is the most popular choice as CM (41%). After him it is Sachin Pilot (18%). Clearly, a wave in favour of Congress appears to be building in Rajasthan.
In Chhattisgarh, the survey prdicts 54 seats for Congress. It gives 33 seats to BJP and three to others. Raman Singh has been at the helm for 15 years and it seems that voters have had enough of him.
In Madhya Pradesh, it is still a close contest. The survey says that Congress will get 117 seats. BJP is poisted to get 106. Shivraj Singh Chouhan who has been ruling the state for 13 years, is still the most popular CM candidate with 41.7% people in the survey rooting for him.
Jyotiraditya Scindia (30.3%) and Kamal Nath (7.5%) are behind Shivraj. In Madhya Pradesh, Congress will get 41.7% vote while BJP will get 40.1% vote. Around 28,000 people in 65 Lok Sabha constituencies of three states took part in this survey.