61% Bihar voters say Chirag Paswan & BJP are hand in glove


New Delhi:  61% of Bihar voters say Chirag Paswan & BJP is hand in glove. In a twist in the Bihar elections, as many as 61 percent of Bihar voters feel that Chirag Paswan’s LJP and BJP are actually working hand in glove with each other.61% of Bihar voters say Chirag Paswan & BJP is hand in glove. As per the ABP-CVoter opinion poll on Bihar state elections released on Saturday, 61 percent said LJP and BJP are actually working for hand in glove with each other.

There have been murmurs that Chirag Paswan is attacking Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and supporting the BJP in the state elections.

There is the flip side also on whether Chirag Paswan will join hands with RJD after the elections. 53.3 per cent respondents in the survey said that post-elections RJD and LJP may join hands while 46.7 per cent said no.

A majority also feels that the BJP alliance will be at a loss because of LJP pulling out of it. As per the survey, 59.3 per cent said the BJP alliance will be at a loss while 40.7 per cent said otherwise.

There is also confusion in the voter’s mind on who is the real NDA. As many as 42.7 percent of respondents said the real NDA is BJP plus LJP even though LJP has walked out of the NDA. 57.3 percent said BJP-JDU alliance is the real alliance.

While Chirag Paswan has decided to go solo in Bihar elections, on the other hand, he is praising PM Modi and talking about forming alliances with BJP post-elections. In an answer to a question of whether there is confusion among the voter, as many as 57.7 percent said there is confusion while 42.3 percent said there is no confusion.

The poll sample size is 30,678 and the period of the survey is October 1-23. The total tracker sample size is 60,000 plus in the last 12 weeks. The methodology is covering all 243 Assembly segments and the margin error is +/- 3 percent at the State level and +/-5 percent at the regional level.

Data are weighted to the known Census profile, including Gender, Age, Education, Rural/Urban, Religion and Caste apart from the voting recalls for last Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections.



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