· The survey predicts that TMC is expected to win the high-stakes battle in West Bengal with 42.1% vote share
· As per the findings, BJP is going to be a force to be reckoned with in Bengal, with 37.4% votes
Kolkata : ABP Network has revealed the findings of its Final Opinion Poll Survey for all four states and a union territory that go to polls in 2021 – West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, and Puducherry. Conducted alongside research partner CVoter (Centre for Voting Opinion & Trends in Election Research), the opinion poll survey aims to provide a clearer picture of how the ballot game stands in the five states.
The ABP Network-CVoter survey revealed that as per public opinion, TMC is leading in West Bengal with 42.1% vote share (152-168 seats), whereas BJP stands second with 37.4% vote share (104-120 seats), followed by Left-Congress-ISF Alliance with 13% vote share (18-26 seats).
The eight-phase election in Bengal will begin from March 27 and end on April 29. The counting of votes and results will be declared on May 2.
Furthermore, according to the survey, NDA is leading in Assam with 45% vote share (65 to 73 seats), whereas UPA stands second with 41.1% vote share (52 to 60 Seats). Others grab the third spot with mere 13.9% vote share (0 to 4 seats).
As for Kerala, LDF is leading with 42.4% vote share (71 to 83 seats), whereas UDF stands second with 38.6% vote share (56 to 68 Seats). BJP grabs the third spot with mere 16.4% vote share (0 to 2 seats).
In Puducherry, NDA is leading with 47.2% vote share (19 to 23 seats), whereas UPA stands second with 39.5% vote share (7-11 seats). Others grab the third spot with mere 13.3% vote share (0 to 1 seat).
The survey revealed that as per public opinion, UPA is leading in Tamil Nadu with 46% vote share (173 to 181 seats), whereas NDA stands second with 34.6% vote share (45 to 53 Seats). MNM grabs the third spot with mere 4.4% vote share (1 to 5 seats).
As for the methodology and survey details, the CVoter survey reached out to a total of approximately 2290 people in West Bengal, 1513 people in Tamil Nadu, 1735 people in Kerala, 1002 people in Puducherry, 1117 people in Assam. It was conducted through CATI (Telephonic survey). The results are subject to a margin of error: +/- 3% and Confidence: 95%.