ABP-Nielsen Opinion Poll: Tarun Gogoi to lose power, BJP-AGP-BPF alliance to win Assam polls

New Delhi: Current Assam CM Tarun Gogoi will lose his power in Assam as the BJP-AGP-BPF alliance will get the majority in the upcoming assembly elections, ABP News-Nielsen Opinion poll has projected.

According to the opinion poll, the BJP-AGP-BPF alliance will get 78 seats combined whereas the ruling Congress will be reduced to 36 seats. The AUDF is projected to get 10 seats.

There would also be a dip in vote share for the Congress party as they are projected to be getting 34 per cent votes as against 39.6 per cent in 2011. The combined vote share of the BJP-AGP-BPF alliance will be 44 per cent.

ABP-Nielsen Opinion Poll: Tarun Gogoi to lose power, BJP-AGP-BPF alliance to win Assam polls

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We asked few questions regarding the ABP News-Nielsen survey to respondents.

How was Tarun Gogoi’s tenure as CM?

5 per cent respondents rated his tenure as CM as very good, 35 per cent said his work was good. 33 percent said his work was average. 22 percent said the work was bad. 4 percent said he was very bad as CM.

Which Central government has done good work for Assam?

40 per cent people praised Narendra Modi government, whereas 41 per cent praised Manmohan Singh government. 6 per cent respondents supported both the governments.

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Will the Bangladesh refugee issue caste an impact on the elections?

52 per cent respondents said the issue would be of importance with regards to elections. 33 per cent said it is not an issue at all.

Most popular CM

39 per cent said Tarun Gogoi is the most popular leader. 29 per cent said Sarbanand Sonowal was the most popular leader.

What is BJP’s poll agenda?

44 per cent said BJP is contesting the elections on the issue of development.

24 per cent said Hindutva was the key issue for BJP. 14 per cent said BJP was clinging to both the issues dearly.

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