ABP Cvoter Survey On Congress: Lok Sabha elections are to be held in the country next year i.e. in 2024. For which all the parties are preparing vigorously. Such opposition parties have formed a grand alliance to defeat the BJP. It includes 26 parties. The opposition parties have named this grand alliance as the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA). However, the PM face of this alliance has not been revealed yet.
On July 17-18, 26 opposition parties had a meeting in Bengaluru. In the meeting, Rahul Gandhi and Mamta Banerjee named the opposition alliance. There are speculations that Nitish Kumar, who is leading the alliance, is not happy because of this. He did not even attend the press conference held after the meeting of the opposition alliance in Bengaluru.
According to sources, Nitish had objected to the English name of the alliance, but the Congress and other opposition parties ignored it. In the midst of such a political environment, C-Voter has conducted an all India survey for ABP News.
Surprising figures came in the survey
It was asked in the survey whether it seems that the Congress has hijacked the opposition Ekta Manch? Very shocking results have come out on this question. Among those surveyed, 37 percent believe that the Congress has hijacked the Opposition Ekta Manch, while 35 percent say that the Congress has not hijacked the Opposition Ekta Manch. At the same time, 28 percent people answered in ‘don’t know’.
Does the Congress seem to have hijacked the Opposition Ekta Manch?
No – 35%
Don’t know – 28%
Note: C-Voter has done this survey for abp news. The results of Sarv are solely based on the interaction with the people and the opinion expressed by them. Opinion of 2 thousand 664 people has been taken in this survey. The survey has been done on Thursday and Friday. The margin of error in this survey is plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent. abp news is not responsible for this.
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