For the 230 members of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly, elections will occur in November. According to the ABP-CVoter Opinion Poll, which had a sample size of 17,113, Congress has a slim lead with a lead of a few seats in what would otherwise be a hung Assembly. The poll predicts that the Congress will win 108 and 120 seats, while the BJP will win between 106 and 118. The fact that the BJP and the Congress will receive 44% of the vote shows how tight the race is now. Before the elections, Jyotiraditya Scindia’s close allies switched to Congress.
ABP-CVoter Opinion Poll: Close Race in MP between BJP and Congress
Elections will occur for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly in November.
ABP-CVoter Opinion Poll for Upcoming MP Elections
According to the ABP-CVoter Opinion Poll, there is a tie between the incumbent BJP and the opposition Congress for first place in the upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh.
Survey shows a thin lead to Congress or a hung Assembly
According to the survey with a sample size of 17,113, Congress has a razor-thin lead with a lead of a few seats in what will otherwise be a hung Assembly.
Elections for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly will occur in November.
The projected number of seats for the Congress is 114, which matches the results of the previous elections. According to projections, the incumbent BJP will win 112 seats, an increase of three seats from its earlier Assembly election tally of 109 seats.
According to the poll, the expected range of seats is 108–120 for the Congress and 106–118 for the BJP.
Congress: 108-120 seats
BJP: 106-118 seats
There are barely any seats left in a significant two-way race outside of the two major parties to account for. It seems likely that the BSP will win two seats, as it did in the previous election, and that the others’ group will win two, down from five in the former election.
The shift in vote shares plays a vital role in upcoming elections
A change in vote share is advantageous to both major parties, and that too equally. The BJP and the Congress will each receive 44% of the vote, illustrating how close the race is now. Both parties are benefiting from a vote swing by about 3% each.
Close Allies of Jyotiraditya Scindia switched to Congress before the elections
Rakesh Gupta, the vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Shivpuri district and a close friend of Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, has rejoined the Congress along with his supporters, signaling his return to the opposition party. In Bhopal, Gupta, who switched from the INC to the BJP in 2020, joined the party in Kamal Nath’s presence. In Kamal Nath’s existence, nearly 500 more people joined the Congress.
Madhya Pradesh will hold assembly elections by the end of this year.