Assembly elections are going to be held in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan soon. As per C Voter and ABP survey, the ruling party BJP is in a tight spot in all the three states. In Madhya Pradesh, under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, BJP government has been in power for the past 15 years. While the BJP is once again trying to capture the power of Madhya Pradesh, the Congress is trying to end the 15-year exile.
According to the C VOTER survey, Congress is getting 42 percent of the vote, while the BJP seems to be getting 40 percent and 18 percent of the votes in the other’s account.
The survey stated that the Congress would gain a clear majority in all the three states in the elections, by winning 117 out of 230 seats in Madhya Pradesh, 54 out of 90 in Chhattisgarh and 130 out of 200 in Rajasthan. The BJP, on the other hand, would manage only 106, 33 and 57 seats in the three states respectively, the opinion poll predicted.
Winning the three states would be a major boost for the Congress, which has been reduced to power in just four states. In Madhya Pradesh, there are a total of 230 seats in the assembly, so to win the majority, any party has to win at least 116 seats. In Madhya Pradesh, according to the C VOTER survey, BJP can get 46 percent votes, Congress 39 percent and others 15 percent votes.
For the Prime Minister, 54% of the people of Madhya Pradesh are the first choice of PM Modi and 25% of the public’s choice is Rahul Gandhi.