West Bengal Opinion Poll 2021: TMC may hit a hat-trick of victory, BJP in triple digit, Congress-Left may suffer huge loss
West Bengal Opinion Poll 2021: In the wake of the West Bengal assembly elections, slogans of ‘Khel Hobe’ and ‘Ashol Paribortan’ are being echoed in the political fija. The ruling TMC and BJP are constantly holding big rallies. The Congress-Left alliance also holds the hopes of a return to power. Meanwhile, CNX has done a second opinion poll for ABP News.
According to ABP News-CNX opinion poll, Mamata Banerjee can hit the hat-trick of victory. At the same time, BJP seems to be performing better than in previous elections. The Congress-Left coalition is seeing a huge loss in this election.
According to abp Opinion Poll 2021, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC can get 154 to 164 seats in a total of 294 seats. BJP can get 102 to 112 seats and Congress-Left alliance can get 22 to 30 seats.
Comparison with 2016 assembly elections
TMC got 211 seats in 2016, while this time it seems to get only 154 to 164 seats, thus losing 47 to 57 seats. While the BJP’s tally of only three seats in 2016 seems to have reached three digits, it is getting 102 to 112 seats, thus increasing its seats from 99 to 109 seats.
The Left Congress alliance is getting 22 to 30 seats, while in 2016 it got 76 seats, thus it is losing 46 to 54 seats. While there is no significant change in the other’s figures, in 2016, others had 4 seats, while this time also one to three seats are being won.
In West Bengal, votes will be cast in eight phases from March 27 and the counting of votes will take place on May 2. Votes were cast on 30 seats on 27 March, 30 seats on 1 April, 31 seats on 6 April, 44 seats on 10 April, 45 seats on 17 April, 43 seats on 22 April, 36 seats on 26 April and 35 seats on 29 April. Will go
Survey agency CNX has conducted a second opinion poll for note-abp news. In this survey of 117 seats out of 294 seats of West Bengal, 9360 people have been spoken face to face. The survey was conducted between 15 and 23 February. The margin of error is up to 2.5%.