Kolkata, March 30: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) is predicted to return to power in West Bengal by winning 200 seats in the upcoming Assembly elections, an opinion poll conducted jointly by Bengali news channel 24 Ghanta and GFK Mode said on Wednesday (March 30).
- BJP may lose 11% vote-share in WB, says 24 Ghanta-GFK Mode survey
- Trinamool may lose 3% vote-share because of Narada, says survey
- TMC may win 178 votes, says ABP Ananda-Nielsen survey
The Left-Congress alliance is expected to win 90 seats while the BJP may win one seat. Others may win three seats, the survey said.
In terms of vote share, the TMC may win 46 per cent (it may lose 3 per cent because of Narada sting operation) while the Left-Congress alliance may get 39 per cent (gaining 1 per cent of the TMC's vote-share). The BJP's vote-share is projected to be six per cent while others may get five per cent.
Other findings of the opinion poll:
Opinion on the TMC govt's work on:
Road: 85% happy; 15% unhappy
Drinking water: 80% happy; 20% unhappy
Electricity: 91% happy; 9% unhappy
Health: 86% happy; 14% unhappy
Education: 85% happy; 15% unhappy
Public Distribution System: 81% happy; 19% unhappy
Agriculture: 69% happy, 31% unhappy
Employment: 56% happy; 44% unhappy
Investment: 54% happy; 46% unhappy
Small and medium-scale industries: 58% happy, 42% unhappy