Days forward of the much-crucial West Bengal Meeting Elections, ABP Information together with C-Voter carried out yet one more survey to gauge the temper of voters and to grasp their sentiments. As per the survey, Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC) nonetheless seems to be main when it comes to vote share and seats adopted by the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP), which is giving a tricky battle to the ruling dispensation.
The ABP survey reveals that TMC is most probably to safe 43 per cent vote share, which shall be 1.5 per cent unfavourable swing in comparison with 2016 Meeting Ballot outcomes the place Mamata Banerjee’s celebration managed to safe 45 per cent votes.
In the meantime, the survey additionally claims that BJP will handle to safe 38.4 per cent votes in 2021 Meeting elections which is gigantic leap in comparison with 2016 elections the place the saffron celebration bagged mere 10 per cent of vote share.
Nevertheless, BJP’s spectacular achieve, as per the survey, remains to be little quick to realize majority within the 294-member West Bengal meeting.
Then again, Congress which is contesting the Bengal polls in alliance with Left events seems to have failed in impressing voters and its vote share is predicted to fall all the way down to drastically mere 13 per cent, which is regarding 25 per cent unfavourable swing in comparison with 2016 meeting polls.
When it comes to seats, ruling TMC is predicted to get someplace between 150-166 seats within the 294-member meeting. Throughout final Meeting Polls, Mamata Banerjee’s celebration managed to get as many as 211 seats.
In the meantime, the BJP seems to be to extend its presence within the state with survey indicating that the saffron celebration might get someplace between 98-114 seats within the upcoming Meeting polls. In 2016, BJP managed to get solely 3 seats in West Bengal.
The ABP survey additionally highlighted that the Congress+Left alliance is prone to get between 23 to 31 seats within the Meeting polls. In 2016 Meeting polls, the alliance managed to safe 76 seats in West Bengal.
The 294-member Bengal Meeting will go to polls in eight phases from March 27 to April 29. The outcomes shall be declared on Might 2.