AAP in the lead in Punjab, BJP could keep Uttarakhand despite anti-office
ABP CVoter opinion poll: With just a few months left for the long-awaited Assembly elections in five states across the country, ABP News and CVoter have just conducted their monthly survey to gauge the mood of voters in those states.
According to the latest snap ballot in the Punjab, where the battle for the throne is between the ruling Congress and Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi (AAP) party, voters appear to be predicting a stalled assembly.
Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to retain power in the Hill State of Uttarakhand, benefiting from the distribution of anti-nomination votes between Congress and AAP, the newcomer to the political melee of the state.
ABP CVoter Instant Poll – Punjab
The Punjab survey, with a sample of over 18,000 respondents, shows that the AAP is emerging as the largest party in the state in 2022 assembly polls. The former NDA made up BJP and Shiromani Akali Dal is no longer in contention for power in 2022.
As it stands, while Congress is expected to win 34.1% of the vote in Punjab, while AAP is expected to garner 38.4% of the vote, SAD is expected to get 20.4% of the vote and the BJP is expected to get 20.4% of the vote. win 2.6% of the vote. to share.
Translated into seats, there is a good chance that a house will be hanged in the Punjab 2022 assembly. The AAP could be the biggest party, as the party is expected to win 50 to 56 seats. Congress could finish in good second place by winning 39-45 seats, SAD should take 17-23 seats and BJP could take 0-1 seat. The total strength of the Punjabi Assembly is 117 seats.
ABP CVoter Instant Poll – Uttarakhand
Unlike the Punjab, the BJP appears to be leading the way and is expected to return to power in Uttarakhand, depending on the mood of voters for the time being. Political experts believe that the change of chief state ministers will help the incumbent BJP in the next assembly ballots.
In terms of the share of the vote in the last snap ballot, the BJP is expected to garner 39.8% of the vote in the upcoming assembly elections due early next year. While the main opposition party, Congress, is expected to collect 35.7% of the vote, the new entrant AAP could capture 12.6% of the vote.
In terms of the number of seats, according to survey data, the BJP is expected to win seats in the 33-39 range, Congress may win 29-35 seats, and the AAP is expected to win 1-3 seats in the next one. Assembly elections. The total membership of the Uttarakhand Assembly is 70 seats.
Assembly elections are expected to be held in five states across the country, including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur in early 2022.
[The present opinion poll/ survey was conducted by CVoter. The methodology used is CATI interviews of adult (18+) respondents with random numbers drawn from standard RDD and the sample size for the same is 92000+ across 5 states (UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur) & the survey was carried out during the period 13th November 2021 to 9th December 2021. The same is also expected to have a margin of error of ±3 to ±5% and may not necessarily have factored in all criteria.]