‘BJP To Easily Win UP, Alliance To Win 230-249 Seats’

NEW DELHI: According to a VETO opinion survey conducted for Times Now Navbharat, the BJP is expected to easily win the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, becoming Yogi Adityanath the state’s first two-term chief minister since 1985. The BJP-led alliance is expected to win 230-249 seats in the 403-member house, according to the poll.


The Samajwadi Party-led alliance is expected to finish in second place with 137 to 152 seats, while the BSP and Congress are expected to drop out. The BSP is expected to gain 9-14 seats, its lowest tally in over three decades, while the Congress is expected to end in single digits, as it did last year.

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The BJP-led coalition’s anticipated vote share of 38.6% is about three percentage points lower than in 2017, while the SP-led coalition’s 34.4 percent would be a significant improvement over past assembly elections. If the poll is correct, the two top parties in the race appear to be gaining votes at the expense of the BSP, which is expected to drop from 22.2 percent in 2017 to just 14.1 percent.

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Respondents viewed the Yogi government’s law and order presentation as its greatest point, while the Kashi and Mathura concerns were also seen as favourable to the BJP.
On the other hand, the BJP government’s image was tarnished by the Lakhimpur Kheri tragedy and the second wave of Covid.

The poll was conducted between December 16 and December 30, with a total sample size of 21,480 people.

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