Published On: Thu, Nov 5th, 2015

#News24TodaysChanakya #ExitPoll: BJP+ 155, JD(U)+ 83, others 5

New Delhi: The BJP-led NDA is set to come in power in Bihar with a huge margin over Mahagathbandhan in the bitterly-fought Bihar assembly election, according to News24-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll.

The NDA is projected to win 155 seats in the 243 member Bihar assembly, while a combination of JD(U), RJD and Congress (Mahagathbandhan) is projected to win 83 seats. Other parties, including the independent candidates will win 5 seats, as per the exit poll.

The exit poll was conducted after taking a considerable number of voters’ opinion in account. The first question we asked was – Do you want a change of government in the state? A surprising 51% answered in affirmative, while 34% do not think there is any need of change in government.

Another question was related to Nitish Kumar government’s performance. How will you rate the working of the state government? 22% of respondents think it was good, while 27% believed the performance was average, another 41% said it was poor.

Nitish Kumar has often been termed as the most popular chief minister. So we asked, how will you rate the working of present CM Nitish Kumar? 30% said it was good, while 38% believed it was poor. 18% said it was average.

1. Do you want a change of government in the state?

Yes : 51%

No : 34%

2. How will you rate the working of the state government?

Good : 22%

Average : 27%

Poor : 41%

3. How will you rate the working of present CM Nitish Kumar?

Good : 30%

Average : 18%

Poor : 38%

4. How Generation is voting in this election

 

BJP+

JDU+

     

18-25 years

45%

38%

     

26-35 years

44%

37%

     

36-45 years

45%

39%

     

46-55 years

47%

40%

     

56-65 years

46%

37%

     

Above 66 years

50%

34%

     

5. How major caste is moving in this election

 

BJP+

JDU+

     

Baniya & Brahmin

66%

15%

     

Bhumihar

61%

23%

     

Kurmi

15%

71%

     

Kushwah

49%

36%

     

Muslim

9%

85%

     

SC

51%

36%

     

Yadav

17%

66%

     

Rajput

69%

15%

     

OBC

50%

33%

     

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