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Gujarat poll survey: Lotus likely to bloom again, BJP projected to win more seats than 2017

The survey’s results came just two days before the first rounding of voting in Gujarat scheduled on December 1.

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New Delhi: Ahead of the 2022 Gujarat assembly election, the opinion poll of India TV-Matrize has predicted that the Bhartiya Janta Party will again form its government on its home turf, continuing its winning streak since 1995. Notably, the survey’s results came just two days before the first rounding of voting scheduled on December 1. Followed by this, the second round of voting will be conducted on December 5.

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As per the opinion poll, the new assembly will look almost similar to the last election results when BJP won 110 seats, followed by Congress (60), and others. Below here the detailed break-up of vote share to leading parties, CM face popularity percentage and the seats.

Seats to BJP, Congress, and AAP

According to the survey, the Arvind Kejriwal led-AAP is expected to get 4 seats out of the total 182 seats for the first time. However, the BJP under the leadership of Bhupendra Patel will bag 117 seats followed by the Congress (59).

The survey results are totally in favour of the BJP but the real picture will come on the date of results i.e December 8.

Who are the most popular CM faces in the Gujarat election?

In the list of most popular CM faces in the Gujarat election, the present Chief Minister of the state Bhupendra Patel comes at the top with 44% of the vote share, followed by the Congress’ Shakti Singh Gohil (8%), Bharat Singh Solanki (6%) and AAP’s Isudan Gadhvi (6%).

Vote share in the 2022 Gujarat election

The vote share percentage on the basis of Parties shows that 50% of votes will go to the BJP, followed by the Congress (39%). The rest vote shares go to AAP (8%) and others.

Notably, the last election in the state was held on 9 and 14 December 2017. In that year, the BJP won the election with a majority of 182 seats.

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