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survey on Karnataka assembly elections

In another survey on the Karnataka Assembly polls, the Congress is again set up by the government. The survey was conducted by NG Mind Frames. The survey was conducted in view of the May 12 election. This election will be held for 224 seats.

According to the survey, major parties like the INC, the BJP and the JDS have no clear majority. In view of the last four elections, people will choose candidates in this election based on development. However, the three leaders in the line were Siddaramaiah 41 per cent, Yeddyurappa 33 per cent and Kumaraswamy 23 per cent. In the case of vote share, Congress (INC) has 39.47 per cent, 36.28 per cent BJP and 21.83 per cent to JDS. In the seat, the Congress is likely to get 95-105 seats, 75-85 seats for the BJP, 35-41 for the JDS and 4-8 for the rest.

For complete details follow this link : https://telugu.navyamedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Final-Report_Executive-Summary_Karnataka_April-26-2018.pdf

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