Votes Manohar Lal Khattar and Devendra Fadnavis as popular CM candidates ahead of Assembly Election 2019
Laying the ground work for the impending Assembly Elections, ABP News announces the findings of the opinion poll, ahead of the State Elections 2019 in Maharashtra and Haryana. As per the latest findings, NDA takes the lead in vote shares with 47%, followed by UPA with 38.5% in Maharashtra. Likewise, NDA is closest to majority vote shares with 48% followed by others in Haryana. Talking of seat share, NDA registered a clean sweep in Maharashtra with 194 seats and 83 in Haryana.
The survey conducted by Centre for Voting Opinion & Trends in Election Research Cvoter, is aimed at keeping our viewers aware of the ground realities at this critical juncture.
The report further highlights other key issues daunting the masses in the two states that warrant immediate addressal by the new government. As per the report, 28 per cent people in Haryana and 23.1 per cent people in Maharashtra voted local employment and business profitability as a major issue in the states ahead of elections. Voting for the most popular CM candidate in Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar takes the lead with a whopping 40.3 per cent, while Devendra Fadnavis emerged as a front-runner with 34.7 per cent in Maharashtra.
The report also suggests that BJP’s active redressals of local issues pertaining to gas connection, kisaan yojana, local employment worked in favour of the party in Maharashtra. Bringing to the fore the issues of Haryana, the report underscored the internal conflicts within parties in the opposition as a major reason supporting BJPs lead in the region.
Sharing the survey methodology and survey details, the sirvey reached out to a total of approximately 30,000 people, combining both the states. Current projections are based on CVoter daily tracking poll conducted during last seven days on rolling basis among 18+ adults statewide, including likely voters. The data is weighted to the known demographic profile of the States. Final data has Socio-Economic profile within +/- 1% of the Demographic profile of the State. This provides the closest possible trends. The Tracking Poll Fieldwork covers random probability samples during the last 7 days from the release date. The sample spread is across all Assembly segments in the poll bound states. Margin of Error (MoE) is +/- 3% at macro level and +/- 5% at micro level with 95% Confidence interval.
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