- If elections are held in Gujarat today, BJP can get 61% votes.
- BJP can win 26 out of 26 seats in the assembly elections this time too
- Opinion of 34 thousand people known in India TV-Materise Survey
Desh Ki Awaaz: The Bharatiya Janata Party had performed brilliantly in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and Narendra Modi made a spectacular comeback to play his second consecutive innings as Prime Minister. In those elections, BJP had made a clean sweep in many states of the country, and Gujarat was also among them. The BJP had won 26 of the 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat. But the question arises that if elections are held today, how many seats will BJP win? An attempt has been made to find the answer to this question in the India TV-Materise Survey. So come, know what came out in the survey
BJP will suffer in Gujarat!
If Lok Sabha elections are held today, the BJP will lose vote percentage in Gujarat. According to the India TV-Matterize survey, if elections are held in the state today, Modi will get 61 per cent votes, compared to 63 per cent in 2019. However, not only the BJP, but the Congress’s vote share will also come down and it will get 32 per cent votes as against 33 per cent votes it got in 2019. It is believed that these votes spilled from both the parties can go to the account of the Aam Aadmi Party, although it can hardly leave any major impact.
BJP will again win 26 out of 26 seats
In the event of elections being held today, the BJP may suffer a loss of vote percentage, but there will be no loss of seats. Even today if elections are held, BJP will win 26 out of 26 seats and Congress will once again be clean. Looking at the survey figures, it seems that even today the magic of Narendra Modi continues in Gujarat. This is a good news for the BJP as the assembly elections are due in Gujarat in the next few months and it is likely to be the main contest between the BJP and the Congress.
This is how India TV-Materise Survey was done
The India TV-Materise Survey has been conducted from July 11 to July 24. During this, the survey team reached 136 parliamentary seats in the country and got to know the opinion of the people. A total of 34 thousand people were included in this survey, out of which 20 thousand are men and 15 thousand are women. The margin of error in this survey is minus/plus two. In this way, this survey has been done on a very large scale and has the power to show the mood of the public to a great extent.
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