26 Apr 2023

Karnataka Assembly Elections-2023: Will BJP Be Able To Retain Power; Will Congress Return To Power By Joining Hands With JDS

BENGALURU: Karnataka will go to polls in a single phase on May 10 and the results will be out on May 13. Before the elections, every party is making its own claim for power. The BJP claims that no one can stop it from forming the government again. The Congress, on the other hand, claims that it will get more than 150 seats. While Deve Gowda's JDS is also making claims regarding the election. 

But the shocking figures have been revealed in the report of a recent election survey. Through this survey, an attempt was made to know the mood of the public and the trends of the voters and to what extent the claims of the parties match with the mood of the people.

People trust BJP at some places and Congress at some others

In a survey, it was revealed that out of 55 assembly seats in the old Mysore region, 4 to 8 seats can go to BJP's. Here Congress can be successful in getting 21 to 25 seats. 

On the other hand, out of 50 assembly seats in Kittur Karnataka region, BJP can get 21 to 25 seats and Congress can get 25 to 29 seats. Here JDS is expected to get only one seat. 

On the other hand, if we talk about Coastal Karnataka, out of about 21 assembly seats in the Coastal region, BJP can get 16 to 20 seats. While Congress is expected to get only 1 to 5 seats.

Congress likely to take lead in Kalyana

Similarly, out of 31 seats in Kalyana Karnataka, BJP can get 11 to 15 seats, Congress can get 16 to 20 seats. JDS can get 1 seat. 

If we talk about 35 seats in Central Karnataka, BJP is expected to get 13 to 17 seats here, while Congress can get 18 to 22 seats and JDS can get 1 seat. 

The mass base of Congress seems to be growing in the state capital. BJP is likely to get only 7 to 11 out of 32 seats in Bengaluru. Congress is likely to get 18 to 22 seats. While JDS is expected to get 1 to 5 seats.

40 percent voters do not trust double engine government

In the survey, people were asked which party do you want to vote for in the assembly elections? It was also learned from the people whether the double engine government is beneficial for the state? In response to this, 38.7% people answered yes. While 40.6% people answered in the negative. 20.7% people say that they cannot say anything in this matter at the moment. 

Hijab controversy ineffective

A year after the issue of Muslim girls and women wearing hijabs in classrooms became a subject of national debate, the issue currently does not appear to be a major electoral issue in coastal Karnataka. 

It was believed that Hijab would be a big issue in the Karnataka elections.

No political party has specifically raised the issue. However, the BJP placed bets on Yashpal Suvarna, who is opposing the hijab in Udupi and was BJP's face ibn hijab row. He even called the girls who moved court over right to wear hijab as “terrorists”. 

Suvarna, who got a chance to replace sitting BJP MLA Raghupati Bhat in Udupi, says that the controversy was created by anti-national and anti-social elements. In the last assembly elections, BJP had won 12 out of 13 seats in Udupi district.

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