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India News: Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll Is Out Amid Assembly Elections In 2022

India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll has projected victory for Yogi Adityanath led the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh by predicting a seat share of 226 - 246 for it. The projected vote share for the BJP is in a range of 39 - 40 per cent.

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Ahead of the upcoming assembly elections, India News - Jan Ki Baat January 2022 Opinion Poll on Uttar Pradesh predicts Yogi Adityanath's return as Chief Minister but also shows a slight decline in seats due to the defection of OBC strongman Swami Prasad Maurya and his loyalists to the Samajwadi Party.

Seat share and Vote share predictions

India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll has projected victory for Yogi Adityanath led the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh by predicting a seat share of 226 - 246 for it. The projected vote share for the BJP is in a range of 39 - 40 per cent. 

Samajwadi Party which seems to be getting stronger due to the back to back inductions of OBC leaders, including that of OBC strongman and former U.P Labour Minister Swami Prasad Maurya, is projected to get anywhere between 144 - 160 seats. As per the Opinion Poll, Akhilesh Yadav's party may end up with a vote share of 34.5 - 36 per cent. 

BSP whose chief Mayawati doesn't seem to be aggressively campaigning this time could get anywhere between 8-12 seats and a vote share of 13 - 13.5 per cent. 

Congress whose campaign is tailored around Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's 'LadkiHoon, Lad Sakti Hoon' slogan is projected to get a single-digit seat share which falls in the range of 0-1 and its projected vote share is in the range of 4-6 per cent. 

Will defectors win seats?

As per the India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll, those leaders who've defected from the BJP in the last one month could win their existing seats if given tickets by Samajwadi Party. Out of 12 leaders who've defected, 9 leaders are projected to win their seats. Swami Prasad Maurya who joined the SP today is projected to win from his constituency Padrauna.

Uttarakhand (UK): In the UK, it is a close fight Between BJP and Congress. It predicted a neck to neck fight between BJP and Congress with a slight edge to Pushkar Singh Dhami led BJP government.

Seat share and Vote share predictions:

BJP is projected to get anywhere between 34 - 38 seats in the 70 seat assembly and Congress which is yet to announce its Chief Ministerial candidate may end up getting anywhere between 24 - 33 seats. AamAadmi Party, which is a new entrant in Uttarakhand, is projected to get anywhere between 2-6 seats.

According to the India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll, BJP's projected vote share is expected to be 38 per cent. Congress may get a projected vote share of 36 per cent, AAP could get a vote share of 13 per cent, whereas BSP & others could end up with 2 per cent and 11 per cent projected vote share.

CM choice in the UK:

Pushkar Singh Dhami is the most preferred choice as CM, with 42 per cent of respondents to the survey saying they want him to return as Chief Minister in Uttarakhand. Senior Congress Leader, Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat is the second choice with 24 per cent of respondents saying he is their preferred choice. BJP leader Anil Baluni is also a preferred choice with 18% of respondents to the survey saying they want to see him as Chief Minister of the UK.

Punjab: 

India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll gives a clear majority to Aam Aadmi Party in Punjab. AAP is projected to get anywhere between 58-65 seats in the border state.

Seat share and vote share predictions:

In what could become the biggest election headline, Aam Aadmi Party is projected to form a government in Punjab with an absolute majority. As per the January edition of the India News - Jan Ki Baat Punjab Opinion Poll, AAP could get anywhere between 58 - 65 seats and end up with a vote share of 38-39 per cent.

Meanwhile, Congress which is in the midst of constant infighting between the Sidhu camp and Channi camp is projected to bag anywhere between 32 - 42 seats and may get a projected vote share of 34.5- 35 per cent.

Akali Dal is predicted to retain its strongholds but may not see a sharp incline in its seats. As per the INDIA NEWS - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll, Akali Dal may get anywhere between 15 - 18 seats and a vote share of 19 - 20 per cent. BJP which recently has accused Congress of deliberately compromising Prime Minister Narendra Modi's security is projected to get 1-2 seats. Captain Amarinder Singh's Lok Congress Party may not even get a single seat.

Goa:

India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll projects 18-22 seats for incumbent BJP under Pramod Sawant. The Opinion Poll has thrown up an interesting finding with AAP, which is a new entrant in Goa getting more seats than Congress.

Seat share and vote share predictions:

Despite being jolted by a spate of defections, BJP is projected to emerge as the single largest party in Goa with the India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll predicting 18 - 22 seats for the saffron party in the 40 seat assembly. It is projected to get a voteshare in the range of 37 - 40 per cent which is at least 5 per cent more than what it got last time.

Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party which got no seats last time, will not only open its account but is also projected to get more seats than the Congress Party. While the Congress is projected to get 5 - 6 seats, AAP could have a slender edge over it with the India News - Jan Ki Baat Opinion Poll predicting 7-9 seats for it in the January edition of the Opinion Poll series. AamAadmi Party's voteshare is projected to be between the range of 23 to 24 per cent and Congress, which as of now, seems to be at number 3 in Goa, may end up with 19-20 per cent vote share in the state.

TMC which is planning to expand its footprint nationally may not end up winning a single seat, its pre-poll ally - Maharashtra Gomantak Party - is projected to get 1-2 seats. As per the INDIA NEWS - JAN KI BAAT Opinion Poll, TMC ally MGP is projected to win its stronghold seat MARCAIM. Independents and other parties in the fray could get anywhere between 4-6 seats in Goa and their voteshare is projected to be anywhere between 11 - 18 per cent.



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