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Chhattisgarh: Neck-to-neck fight between BJP, Congress

According to the Samay-Hub Pulse survey,  it is hard predict  result in the Chhattisgarh polls as BJP ruling is expected to bag 46 seats while Congress may get 42 seats. In 2008, BJP had won the 50 seats but this time the saffron party is set to suffer four seats while Congress is looking to increase its tally for 38 to 42 seats.

However, BJP has maintained its lead in vote shares. 41 per cent voters are still in favour of BJP while 39 per cent electorals have decided to vote for Congress in this election. According to the survey, BJP is expected to get majority but last moment changes ahead of polling may make the contest interesting.

As a chief minister, Raman Singh is still ahead of his rival candidate Ajit Jogi. 43 per cent voters have favoured Raman Singh's third term as CM while just 31 per cent wants Jogi as their new chief minister.

Chhattisgarh voters are giving thumbs up to development works of Raman Singh government. Around 56 per cent voters looked satisfied with Raman Singh's development works while 27 per cent were neutral and 17 per cent looked not satisfied.

On the issue of unemployment, 43 per cent voters feel that government has done brilliant while 38 per cent were neutral and 19 per cent voters were not satisfied.
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