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Elections 2022: Survey sees fight to finish in Uttarakhand, Punjab likely to go AAP way

The opinion poll conducted by ABP News-CVoter Survey shows a neck & neck fight in Uttarakhand and comfortable victory for AAP in Punjab.

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New Delhi: Ahead of the upcoming Assembly election in Uttarakhand and Punjab, opinion poll conducted by ABP News-CVoter Survey shows a neck & neck fight in Uttarakhand and comfortable victory for Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab.

The poll survey by leading TV channel shows that BJP faces an uphill task making a comeback to power in Uttarakhand while AAP is headed for its first tryst with power in Punjab.

BJP expected to win 31-37, Cong may bag 31-36 seats

In Uttarakhand, the survey projects a tough fight between Congress and the ruling BJP. In the 70-member assembly, the ruling party is expected to claim 31 to 37 seats. Meanwhile, the opposition Congress is likely to get 31 to 36 seats. All in all, the Congress would give tough challenge to the BJP in the upcoming election. In its debut, The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may get 2-4 seats in the state election.

The survey says the BJP will get 38.6% of vote share, registering a decline from 46.5% of vote share it received in 2017. It is projected that the Congress will get 37.2% vote share, higher than it received in the last election but lower than the current share of BJP.

AAP may grab power in Punjab for 1st time

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to get 52 to 58 seats in the 117-assembly seats, below the majority mark of 59 seats, according to the survey. Congress is seen at the second spot by securing between 37 to 43 sets. SAD is expected to bag between 17 to 23 sets and BJP may secure seats in the range of 1 to 3.

If we see the win based on the Chief Minister’s face, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has got 29% vote of people , followed by Bhagwant Mann (23%), Arvind Kejriwal (17%), Sukhbir Singh Badal (15%), Congress President Sidhu (6%).

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