BJP government once again in UP but this loss is happening, big advantage for SP; Know public mood from ABP-C voter survey


Political parties have already started trying hard for the assembly elections of five states to be held next year. In Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa, whose government will be formed and whose will be farewell, the work of political arithmetic has already started on it. What is the mood of the public in Uttar Pradesh this time, it will be known only after the elections, but from now on, TV channels and agencies have started gauging the pulse of the public. ABP News-C Voter has told the mood of UP in its latest survey, according to which Yogi government is once again seen winning in UP.

In the survey conducted in the first week of November, ABP News-C Voter told that once again the BJP seems to be successful in forming the government in Uttar Pradesh. However, the BJP is losing a lot of seats and does not seem to even cross the 300 mark. Here, Samajwadi Party seems to be benefiting, while Mayawati seems to be getting a major setback. The sample size of the survey was 1,07,193 and included people from all the five states.

According to ABP-CVoter survey, BJP is getting 213 to 221 seats in the 2022 UP assembly elections. It is important to note here that in the 2017 elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party got 325 seats. Even though the BJP’s seats have been predicted to decline, the saffron party is still easily leading in UP and forming the government under the leadership of Yogi Adityanath.


The survey shows Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party winning 152 to 160 seats. At the same time, only 16 to 20 seats are seen going in the account of Mayawati’s BSP. The BSP had won 19 seats in the last election. If we talk about Congress, then its condition is looking even worse. In the survey, only 6 to 10 seats are seen going in the account of Congress.

On the other hand, if we talk about vote percentage, then BJP is expected to get about 41 percent vote share. This is a little less than 2017. SP is expected to get 31 per cent and BSP 15 per cent votes. Congress seems to be getting 9 per cent votes. Here the SP seems to be benefiting, because Akhilesh Yadav’s party got only 23.6 percent votes in the last election.


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