The CNN-IBN-The Week survey, conducted by CSDS, claims that while ruling Congress is likely to get between 60 to 68 seats, BJP may secure 115-125 seats. (Agencies)
BJP's vote share may rise by 6.7 percent since 2008 polls whereas Congress' vote share may drop by 4.8 percent, according to the survey.
It showed a sharp decline in people's satisfaction with state govt. In July this year 65 percent respondents were satisfied with state government, but it came down to 50 percent in Oct 2013.
However, the survey said satisfaction with Ashok Gehlot's performance as CM is much higher than with his government's performance, but it is still less compared to what the satisfaction level had been with Vasundhara Raje in 2008.
It also shows 51 percent respondents want a comeback of Vasundhara Raje as Chief Minister, while only 27 percent people want Ashok Gehlot as CM.
According to the survey, a large section of people perceive UPA government as corrupt. It said 35 percent respondents said UPA government is somewhat corrupt while 29 percent respondents say UPA government is very corrupt.
The survey said that only 20 percent respondents believe Manmohan Singh is a wise and effective Prime Minister, while 14 percent respondents say Manmohan has little control over his government and 12 percent respondents said Manmohan is wise but allowed corruption to flourish.
Twenty-six percent of the respondents said that honesty should be the most important quality for the next Prime Minister. The survey revealed that most people believe Centre is more responsible than state governments for price rise.
The CNN-IBN-The Week survey, conducted by CSDS, claims that while ruling Congress is likely to get between 60 to 68 seats, BJP may secure 115-125 seats.