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BJP Headed For Massive Defeat In Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh And Chattisgarh, ABP-C Voter Survey Predicts

The projections mark a complete reversal of the number of seats bagged in the 2013 Assembly elections by the BJP and Congress in all the three states.

In the upcoming assembly polls in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, the Congress party is getting a majority, according to ABP-C Voter   latest survey.

The traditional party is most likely to defeat the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by a huge margin in all the three states, the survey suggested.

According to ABP-C Voter:

1) Rajasthan (200 Assembly Seats):

– Congress is projected to get 130 seats.
– BJP will get 57 seats.
– Others will get 13 seats.
– The Congress party is projected to get 50.8 per cent vote share.
– The BJP will get 36.8 per cent share.
– The Others are expected to get 12.4 per cent vote share.

2) Madhya Pradesh (230 Assembly Seats):

– The Congress party will bag 117 seats.
– The BJP is projected to get 106 seats.
– The Others are projected to win in 7 seats.
– In terms of vote share, the Congress party is projected to be slightly ahead with a 41.7 per cent vote share.
– The BJP is likely to get 40.1 per cent vote share.
– The Others are projected to get 18.2 per cent vote share.

3) Chhattisgarh (90 Assembly Seats):

– The Congress party is projected to bag 54 seats.
– The BJP will get 33 seats.
– Others are projected to bag 3 seats.
– In terms of vote share, the Congress is projected to get 40 per cent vote share.
– The BJP is projected to bag 38.8 per cent vote share.
– The Others are expected to garner 21.3 per cent vote share.

 

 

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