ABP CVoter Opinion Poll Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Opinion Survey Know Who Will Win Election BJP And Congress
ABP C-Voter Opinion Poll: Assembly Elections in Chhattisgarh (Chhattisgarh Assembly Election) The bugle has sounded. On Monday (October 9), the Election Commission has announced the dates for the assembly elections in the state. Elections for 90 Legislative Assembly seats will be held in two phases in the state. The first phase of voting will be held on November 7 and the second phase will be held on November 17. So, counting of votes will be held on December 3. A major part of the state falls under Naxal affected areas.
Ahead of the elections, C-Voter has conducted an opinion poll for ABP News. This survey has revealed the trend of people. Congress is confident that it will retain power in Chhattisgarh based on the work it has done. So, BJP feels that it will benefit from the anti-government atmosphere.
What do opinion polls predict?
According to C-Voter’s opinion poll, it is predicted that there will be a tough fight between Congress and BJP. Congress is likely to get 45 percent votes. At the same time, BJP, which is in the opposition party, can get 44 percent votes. There is at least one percent difference between these two. Whereas, the remaining small parties, independents, are likely to get 11 percent of the vote.
How many seats for which party?
According to opinion poll data, Congress could get 45 to 51 seats. So, BJP is estimated to get 39 to 45 seats. Zero to two seats are likely to go to other parties’ accounts. There are total 90 assembly seats in the state. The majority figure is 46. The present Congress government in Chhattisgarh is led by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
Elections in two phases in Chhattisgarh
Elections will be held in two phases in Chhattisgarh. The first phase of voting will be held on November 7 and the second phase will be held on November 17. The notification for the first phase will be issued on October 13 and October 20 is the last day for filing nominations. Apart from this, the nominations will be scrutinized on October 21 and candidates will have a deadline to withdraw their names till October 23. The first phase of voting will be held on November 7. The notification for the second phase of polling will be issued on October 21, October 30 is the last day for filing nominations, after which the applications will be scrutinized on October 31. Candidates can withdraw their names till November 2. The second phase of voting will be held on November 17, while the counting of votes will be held on December 3.
(Disclaimer: Election dates have been announced in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Mizoram. C-Voter has conducted an opinion poll survey for ABP News. Around 90 thousand people were interviewed. This pre-poll survey was started from September 1 and ended on October 8. The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 to plus or minus 5 percent.)