Delhi / Patna Good news is coming for the NDA regarding the Bihar Assembly elections. According to the latest pre-poll survey by Times Now and Sea Voter, Bihar may again form an absolute majority government under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. Earlier, NDA’s lead was also seen in the survey of ABP and C voters. According to the latest survey, out of the total 243 assembly seats in Bihar, the NDA with BJP-JDU alliance is winning 160. According to the survey, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) -led opposition coalition may have to be satisfied with only 76 seats.
People were asked in the survey which is the most important issue for them. In response to this, about 49 percent people said, the biggest issue is jobs. Electricity, water and roads are the issue for 12.9 per cent of the people. Corruption is the issue for 8.7 per cent of the people, women security for 7.1 per cent and education for 6.7 per cent.
The performance of the current Nitish Kumar-led NDA government was termed by 43.6 per cent of the people as poor, while 27.5 per cent of the people described it as good and average. The performance of Nitish Kumar is mainly reported by 28.2 percent people as good. Nitish Kumar was the first choice as chief minister with 32 per cent, followed by Tejashwi Yadav in second place with 17.6 per cent and Sushil Modi with 12.5 per cent.
According to the survey, after the NDA and the opposition alliance in Bihar, the other 7 seats, of which five can get LJP. If we talk about party seats, BJP can get 85 seats in JDU, 70 seats in JDU and 5 seats for Ham-VIP in 160 seats of NDA. In the opposition alliance, RJD may get 56 seats, Congress 15 and Left parties 5 seats.
Times Now-Voter Bihar Opinion Poll
NDA’s return to power was also seen in the survey of ABP and C voters
Before Times Now-Sea Voter, ABP News and C Voter conducted the survey. It also saw the possibility of the NDA returning to power again. The RJD-led opposition alliance was lagging behind. In this survey, NDA can get 141 to 161 seats. The UPA was projected to get 64 to 84 seats and 13 to 23 seats in other parties.
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