Shivraj Singh Chouhan led BJP govt to retain power in MP: Survey

Bhopal, Oct 28: With assembly elections less than a month away, there is a good news for the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who has scored full marks in terms of development in his state, according to a poll survey.

According to Samay-Hub Pulse survey, Chouhan led BJP government is all set to score hat-trick in the upcoming assembly elections.

Survey statistics indicate that Chouhan will outshine others in the tough race of coming to power in Madhya Pradesh.

In 2008, the BJP had bagged 143 seats out of total 230 seats, but this time, survey figures indicates that BJP can only win 124 seats. But, still it poses no hindrances for Chouhan to retain power in MP.

Survey says that the ruling-BJP is expected to get 37 per cent of vote share while the opposition Congress will get around 34 per cent of vote share.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan has scored 100% marks in terms of development in MP.

Lets take a look at what the Survey report card indicates:

Preferred CM candidate for Madhya Pradesh:

Shivraj Singh Chouhan (BJP)- 52%

Jyotiraditya Scindia (Congress)- 27%

Shivraj Singh Chouhan's performance:

Satisfied voters: 58%

Not Satisfied voters: 17%

Neutral voters: 27%

Key issues for MP voters Satisfied Not Satisfied Neutral
Unemployment 39% 16% 40%
Power supply 56% 16% 28%
Development 100% - -
Corruption 29% 20% 51%
Educational reforms 56% 19% 32%
Roads & Transport 45% 26% 29%

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