Many surveys have predicted a clear victory for the ruling TRS in the present Assembly elections in the State. The latest survey conducted by the Centre for Psychology Studies, a body reputed for correct surveys, has clearly mentioned that the ruling TRS is sure to secure as many as 90 to 104 seats in the 119 member Assembly, while the Congress led Kutami will be confined only to 16 to 21 seats. In spite of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a number of Union Minister’s campaign, the BJP is likely to get only one or two seats, it said.

The survey predicted that TRS will secure 49.7 per cent votes, while the Kutami will get 32.3 per cent votes and the BJP 9.1 per cent. It further said that 50.80 per cent of men and 48.20 per cent of women were in favour of the Car (TRS), while 31.2 per cent of men and 31.4 per cent of women are in favour of the Kutami.

Another survey conducted by the Association for the Democratic Reforms has revealed that the people are in favour of the TRS and 62 per cent of the people said that they were fully satisfied with KCR’s rule and they would vote on the basis of CM’s performance, and not on the basis of the candidate.

A latest survey by India Today Political Stock Exchange has predicted that the TRS will be victorious once again in the present elections, as more than half the people are in it’s favour.

Another survey jointly conducted by Namasthe Telangana and T News, has said that TRS is likely to bag 98 to 108 seats, while MIM will get seven and the Kutami only 2 to 8 seats. The survey revealed that the people are highly appreciative of the welfare schemes implemented by the TRS government. The survey was conducted by taking the views of 1,11,525 persons across the State.

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