Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 – Polling Will Be Held Across the State on May 12
Campaigning has ended for the Karnataka elections. Polling will be held across the state on May 12. It was observed that the Union Minister Ananth Kumar campaigns for BJP in Karnataka. He landed in the coastal state of Karnataka, where elections are slated for May 12.
It came into notice that according to the pre-poll survey conducted by C-Fore, the Congress will not only return to power in Karnataka but will improve its tally in the 224-member Legislative Assembly. This survey was conducted between 1-25 March of this year. The survey has covered 22,357 voters across 154 Assembly constituencies.
Earlier also, C-Fore has conducted many such surveys and it have never been off the mark. According to the survey, Congress is likely to get 46 percent of the votes and the BJP is expected to get 31 percent votes. On the other hand, the JD(S) will get about 16 percent of the total votes.
According to the survey conducted by the poll agency, CHS, it is being predicted that 77-81 seats for Congress, 73-76 seats for BJP and 64-66 seats for the JD(S).
However, when it comes to the most popular choice for chief minister, then, Siddaramaiah is the first preference of voters. With 45 percent, public chose incumbent chief minister Siddaramaiah. Rest, 26 percent of the population chose BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa and only 13 percent preferred HD Kumaraswamy.