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INDIA(Congress) Alliance May Have An Edge In The Lok Sabha Polls in Karnataka: Survey

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The upcoming Lok Sabha poll has many implications in Karnataka, With the JDS-BJP seat-sharing fiasco the Congress-INDIA alliance will look to capitalize on as many seats as possible. A Survey report by “” Suggests that Congress has a better chance in Karnataka, even before the JDS-BJP fiasco and the electoral bond data came to light.

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A survey by the Eedina group that had accurately predicted a comfortable victory for the Congress in the state elections of May 2023 shows a 17:11 lead for INDIA (Congress) over NDA (BJP-JDS) with seven seats, indicating a neck-to-neck fight. 


The survey conducted before the announcement of candidates shows 17 seats to expectedly go to the Congress with the BJP-JDS alliance securing 11. In seven seats there is, the survey says, a neck-to-neck fight. Karnataka sends 28 Members of Parliament (MPs) to the Lok Sabha. Elections in the state will be held in the second (April 26) and third phases (May 7) of the upcoming election. The survey shows an increase in the Congress vote share in the past year with a decline in the BJP vote share and even seats. Yet, 45% of those surveyed, however, still want Narendra Modi to have a third term.


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Interestingly, six weeks before the scheduled polling in the state, the issues most acutely important by voters, according to this survey the spiraling price rise/inflation (76.55% of respondents feel the price of essential goods has increased) and acute unemployment (53.18% of respondents feel price employment opportunities have reduced). This is followed by voter realization that corruption has increased (45.75% of respondents), the gap between rich and poor has widened (42.02% of respondents) and access to welfare schemes has gone down (37.63% of respondents). This is a scathing indictment of the ordinary voter on a decade of Modi’s rule.


The Data suggests that the INDIA alliance will have a neck-to-neck battle with the NDA alliance in Karnataka because of several things that the people find are unhappy with with the central government. On the contrary 45 percent of the voters still wanted Narender Modi to Continue for his 3rd term. 

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