Zee News-MATRIZE survey gives 70-76 seats to BRS; Congress 27-33

Almost all surveys are giving BRS a chance for scoring a hattrick in 2023 Telangana Assembly Elections.

Zee News-MATRIZE survey gives 70-76 seats to BRS; Congress 27-33

HYDERABAD: The Zee News-Matrize survey has given the ruing Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) a clear majority in Telangana Assembly elections 2023.

The K Chandrashekar Rao-led BRS will be going to polls alone without any alliances for a third time, just as it fought the elections in 2014 and 2018. Th State would be going to polls on November 30 and the counting is slated for December 3.

The e News-MTRIZZE survey has proved that the BRS would garner 70-76 seats in the State way beyond the half-way mark of 60. He Congress which emerged as the main challenger is engaged in a fierce battle with the BRS and marshalling all its strengths to fight the ruling party that has established a stranglehold over the State over the past decade.

The Congress is poised to end up with 27-33 seats, while the BJP secured anywhere between five and eight seats in the survey. The predictions gave six to seven seats to t he All-India Malis-e-Ittehaadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and interestingly gave one seat to an independent candidate.

While 36 per cent people preferred KCR as the Chief Minister, Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president was preferred by 18 per cent of people. Working president of the BRS K T Rama Rao was preferred by nine percent of electors. A niggardly six percent of people who participated in the survey wanted BJP’s Telangana State unit president G Kishan Reddy as their choice for the post of the Chief Minister.

The latest survey of the ABP-C-Voter had predicted 49-61 seats in the latest round of opinion poll, the Congress slipped to 43-55 seats. The BJP got 5-11 seats and others, including AIMIM, got 4-10 seats.

The India TV-CNX polls gave 72 seats t o the BRS, followed by 33 to the Congress, six to the BJP, seven to the AIMIM and one to an independent.

Almost all the poll surveys are indicating that the BRS would score a hattrick by winning the State for a third consecutive term.

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