MP Election 2023: The date of voting in Madhya Pradesh is now slowly approaching. All parties have intensified their preparations to win the elections. On one hand, the state’s ruling party BJP is claiming victory in the elections, while on the other hand, Congress is saying that this time Mama’s government is going to go. Well, only the results of the elections will tell whose government is formed, but before that, opinion polls have also started coming out regarding the elections. Meanwhile, India TV CNX has made its opinion poll public, the results of which are shocking.
Whose government is being formed in the state?
According to the survey, this time a tough contest is being seen between BJP and Congress. There is a tough competition between the two. There is not much difference between the seats of BJP and Congress. There are a total of 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh. Out of these, BJP seems to get 115 seats. At the same time, 110 seats are going to Congress’s account. Also, an equation of one to five seats is being created in the account of others. It is clear from this estimate that this time there will be a close contest between BJP and Congress. Something similar happened in the 2018 assembly elections also. At that time the difference was only eight seats. If this conjecture proves to be correct then a similar situation may arise this time too.
What are the big issues of the public?
Also, in the opinion poll survey of India TV-CNX, what is the biggest issue for the people among unemployment, development or inflation? On this question, maximum 27 percent people said that unemployment is the biggest issue for them. 21 percent people said development and 19 percent people said inflation as the biggest issue in the state. Apart from this, in the opinion poll, 7 percent people have accepted corruption as a major issue in Madhya Pradesh elections. At the same time, 5 percent people considered law and order as a big issue and 3 percent people replied that they cannot.
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