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Shivraj Singh Chouhan set for hat-trick in MP: Survey

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led BJP government is set to score hat-trick in Madhya Pradesh assembly polls, according to the Samay-Hub Pulse survey on upcoming assembly elections 2013.

According to the ‘Samay-Hub pulse Survey’, Shivraj is very close to return to power for record third term in Madhya Pradesh. In 2008 Assembly elections, BJP had won 143 seats out of 230-member assembly house but this time BJP may be reduced to 124 seats. Despite of loss of 19 seats, BJP will get the clear majority to retain the power in the state.

In this election, BJP is expected to get 37 percent vote shares while Congress' vote percent will be around 34 percent.

As par the survey, Shivraj is way ahead of others in the race of chief minister's post. Around 52 percent voters have favoured Shivraj's third term as chief minister. On the other hand 27 per cent voters want Congress’ young leader and union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia as their chief minister while 21 per cent voters are in favour of others to lead the state.

People have also compared Shivraj Singh’s performance on several issues. During the survey, around 58 per cent voters were satisfied with the performance of BJP government while 27 per cent were neutral and 17 per cent were looked not satisfied with Chouhan’s performance.

On the issue of unemployment, 39 per cent voters gave thumbs up to Chouhan's efforts while 40 per cent voters were neutral and 16 per cent people are dissatisfied.

On electricity supply, people of Madhya Pradesh are very much satisfied with Shivraj. Fifty six per cent people hailed BJP government for power supply while 28 per cent were neutral and 16 per cent were not satisfied.

Though, Shivraj is getting full marks for his development works but people looked angry as far as corruption cases are concerned. On the issue of graft cases, just 29 per cent voters are satisfied with Chouhan's efforts while 51 per cent looked neutral and 20 per cent voters were not happy. On educational reform, 56 per cent voters are happy with government's move while 32 per cent were neutral and 19 per cent voters looked dissatisfied.

On the issue of roads and transport, 45 per cent were satisfied, 29 per cent were neutral and 26 per cent were not satisfied.
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