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    BJP set to win MP elections for the 4th time says this poll


    New Delhi, Nov 9: The BJP could end up winning 122 seats in the 230 member Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly says a survey. This means that the party under Shivraj Singh Chouhan would retain power for a fourth successive term says a poll conducted by CNX for Times Now.

    Shivraj Singh Chouhan

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    The poll says that the Congress will end up with 95 seats. The Congress would gain a little over two percentage points in vote share compared to its 2013 tally and the ruling BJP would lose about three percentage points, but would still have a lead of over three percentage points, the survey also says.

    The poll gives the BSP just 3 seats, while the rest are expected to win 10. The survey was conducted between October 25 and November 3.

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    Shivraj Singh Chouhan remains the top choice for leading the state with over 40% of respondents picking him as their preferred next CM. Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia of the Congress were backed by 20.3 per cent and 19.7 per cent of the respondents respectively.

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