In Maharashtra too, the poll projects BJP-Shiv Sena combine ahead of Congress-NCP coalition with 25-33 seats as against 12-20 seats out of 48 seats.
     
The survey shows BJP getting 23-27 seats out of a total of 29 in Madhya Pradesh and 20-25 of the 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat. Congress is projected to get 2-5 seats in Madhya Pradesh and 1-4 seats in Gujarat.
     
In terms of poll percentage, BJP is projected to get 50 percent in Chhattisgarh. Among the PM candidates, Modi continues to be the top choice leaving Rahul Gandhi a distant second.
    
Forty six percent of those polled in Gujarat wanted Modi to be PM, while only 16 percent support Gandhi.
     
Forty percent respondents in Maharashtra prefer Modi as PM, a jump of 19 percent in a year, while 14 percent prefer Gandhi as PM, almost the same as last year, the poll said.
     
Interestingly, even in Madhya Pradesh 46 percent preferred Modi over their Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for the post of PM.
     
Debutant Aam Admi Party is projected to fare decently in these polls. The party is likely to get 7 percent voteshare in Gujarat and 5 percent in Maharashtra. 45 percent of the respondents said UPA government is very corrupt while a high 69 percent gave credit to Team Anna for passage of the Lokpal Bill.

(Agencies)

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