BJP to keep UP, SP to be in distant second: Poll | India News

BJP to keep UP, SP to be in distant second: Poll |  India News
NEW DELHI: The BJP will keep Uttar Pradesh with a comfortable majority in the state assembly elections to be held early next year, a Times Now-Polstrat opinion poll projected.
The BJP is projected to win 239 to 245 out of 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party finishing a distant second with 119-125 seats, though more than double its 2017 tally. The BSP is projected to lose a significant share. of his votes against the SP and the BJP and will finish third with around 30 seats, while Congress could finish with five to eight seats, not unlike the seven it won in 2017.
If projections turn out to be accurate, Yogi Adityanath would become the Uttar Pradesh chief minister to serve two consecutive terms.

The opinion poll indicated strong support for the Yogi government’s hard-line approach to law and order, as well as, to a lesser extent, its legal path to counter “forced” conversions. On the Citizenship Amendment Act, however, opinion was more divided, with nearly half of those surveyed viewing the defense of the Yogi government as an attempt to promote communalism. The poll also suggests that BJP’s accusation of “Muslim appeasement” against SP and Congress has found resonance among respondents.
The opinion poll was conducted between November 6 and 10 with a sample size of 9,000 respondents. The margin of error for the data is 3% with a 95% confidence interval.

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