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Opinion Polls favours BJP to win majority in Uttarakhand

As the poll date of 2017 Assembly elections in Uttarakhand inches closer, the political parties are leaving no stones unturned  to woo voters in their favour. From enticing manifestos to ruthless  verbal attack on opposition parties, the political parties are using every weapon in this arsenal. Various opinion or exit polls have been carried out by media agencies in Uttarakhand to predict the outcome of the elections. The majority of exit polls have prophesied that BJP will win the 2017 Uttarakhand elections and form government with absolute majority.

In an opinion poll conducted by  leading news channel ABP News with the help of Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), BJP is expected to get 32-40 seats while INC is expected to fall short behind with 24-32 seats.

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ABP News Opinion Poll predicts BJP to form government in Uttarakhand in 2017. (Image Source)

Another leading media house India Today conducted opinion polls which also shows BJP having an upper hand in 2017 Uttarakhand elections where BJP is expected to get 43% vote share.

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India Today’s exit polls suggest BJP to form government in Uttarakhand. (Image Source)

Apart from this, an Independent Opinion Poll agency VDP Associates have also concluded that BJP is expected to win in 2017 Uttarakhand elections with absolute majority. BJP is expected to take a staggering 50 seats with a 44% vote share, according to VDP Associates.

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Independent Poll Survey Agency VDP Associates also concludes BJP win in Uttarakhand. (Image Source)

As Uttarakhand goes to polls on February 15, only time will tell whether BJP will be able to form a new government or Congress will retain their command over Uttarakhand  yet again. The 2017 Uttarakhand elections poll results will be declared on 11 March.

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