AAP set to change Delhi's dynamics
According to the C-Voter opinion poll, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is ahead of the Congress and the BJP in Delhi. The debutant party is said to play a key role in the upcoming elections that will decide the nature of government in Delhi.
The C-Voter survey conducted in November shows that AAP has gained 7 per cent in its vote share from September. The party has also gained seven seats jumping from 11 to 18 since September.
While Kejriwal won the popularity poll in Delhi with 34 per cent votes, Congress' Sheila Dikshit bagged 31 per cent of votes and BJP's Harshvardhan got only 27 per cent of votes.
Raje's rule likely in Rajasthan
In Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje is likely to lead the race, as BJP gained 7 percent vote share since September. The survey also predicts that the Congress will have to face major defeat in Mawarh, Rajasthan.
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Will Chouhan be third time lucky?
However in Madhya Pradesh, the Congress showed an upswing in Baghelkhand, thanks to Jyotinaditya Scindia. Though, the BJP leads the race even in MP and Shivraj Singh Chouhan was the most preferred CM here, Uma Bharti's absence from election campaigns could cost the party dearly.
While 58 per cent people preferred Chouhan as their most popular CM, Scindia got only 23 per cent, while the remaining 19 per cent could not decide.
Cong, BJP battle it out in Chhattisgarh
On the other hand, in Chhattisgarh there seems to be a neck to neck fight between Congress and BJP. The survey however revealed that the BJP's vote share had gone up by 3 per cent and that it may have a slight edge in the tribal belt with 7 seats.
The survey, though says that BJP may lose 4 seats in Chhattisgarh, it could still form a government in the state.
The overall picture, according to the survey shows that debutant AAP is going to play spoilsport in New Delhi, whereas in Rajasthan BJP is likely to sweep the elections and in Chhattisgarh it is going to be a close call for both Congress and the BJP.