Madhya Pradesh Elections: PM Modi, Amit Shah, CM Shivraj Versus Rahul Gandhi, Kamal Nath, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Digvijaya Singh - Who Had More Impact?

Madhya Pradesh Election News

Republic TV and Jan Ki Baat have tracked the issues and controversies pertaining to the state of Madhya Pradesh, where assembly elections concluded on Wednesday. Through a survey comprising one lakh respondents across the state's 230 constituencies, the biggest factors that may determine the outcome on December 11 -- counting day -- have been determined, providing tremendous insight.

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Republic TV and Jan Ki Baat have tracked the issues and controversies pertaining to the state of Madhya Pradesh, where assembly elections concluded on Wednesday. Through a survey comprising one lakh respondents across the state's 230 constituencies, the biggest factors that may determine the outcome on December 11 -- counting day -- have been determined, providing tremendous insight.

With the Congress and BJP going head-to-head, and Shivraj Singh Chouhan looking to continue his Chief Ministership beyond the 13 years he had already been at the helm of affairs, there is every chance that Madhya Pradesh's fate will be a reflection of the people's verdict on the two parties' leaders. In the fray are Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP party president Amit Shah and CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan at one end, and Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his senior Congress leaders Kamal Nath, Digvijaya Singh and Jyotiraditya Scindia at the other.

So here's what the people of Madhya Pradesh had to say:

Whose rallies had more impact?

  • Narendra Modi (BJP) - 70%
  • Rahul Gandhi (Congress) - 30%

Who is seen as the most likely CM face in the state?

  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan (BJP) - 60%
  • Jyotiraditya Scindia (Congress) - 30%
  • Kamal Nath (Congress) - 9%
  • Digvijaya Singh (Congress) - 1%

Has Congress leader Kamal Nath's statement about '90% Muslim votes' worked for the party? 

  • No - 90%
  • Yes - 10%

Did the Congress' personal remarks against the PM's mother and father work against them?

  • Yes - 55%
  • No - 45%

Has Amit Shah raising the issue of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' slogans being replaced by Sonia-Rahul Gandhi slogans negatively affected the Congress?

  • Yes - 40%
  • No - 60%

Will Yogi Adityanath's entry into the BJP campaign work for the party or not?

  • Yes - 70%
  • No - 30%

Will Navjot Singh Sidhu's entry into the Congress campaign work for the party or not?

  • Yes - 60%
  • No - 40%

Have the roadshows by BJP president Amit Shah had a positive impact in gaining the vote of the electorate?

  • Yes - 70%
  • No - 30%

Has Rahul Gandhi's temple-hopping worked in his party's favour?

  • Yes - 30%
  • No - 70%

Has Yogi Adityanath making the poll about 'Ali versus Bajrangbali' worked or not worked for BJP?

  • Yes - 20%
  • No difference - 80%

The BSP factor: Will it benefit the Congress or the BJP?

  • Congress - 40%
  • BJP - 60%

What are the issues that matter for voters in Madhya Pradesh?

  • Anti-incumbency - 40%
  • Corruption - 20%
  • Caste - 10%
  • Agrarian crisis - 30%

Do you think Shivraj Singh Chouhan delivered on development promise?

  • Yes - 80%
  • No - 20%

Did the open fight between Digvijaya and Scindia impact Congress in Madhya Pradesh?

  • Yes - 40%
  • No - 60%

Did the decision to not announce a CM candidate in Madhya Pradesh affect the Congress?

  • Yes - 60%
  • No - 40%

 

 

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