Daijiworld Media Network - Bangalore
Bangalore, Mar 5 : While the Election Commission is busy finalizing dates for the Karnataka assembly elections, C-Voter, a private research agency of repute, has come up with the latest round of survey results for the third time in the last four months, revealing clear majority for Congress party.
On Monday, Kannada news channel TV9 published the survey results, which predicted 118-126 seats for Congress in Karnataka. While ruling BJP is set to face heavy loss with only 62-70 seats, JD(S) share is expected to be between 19-25. The much talked about Yeddyurappa's KJP will get only 4-8 seats. Others will get 6-10 seats.
The opinions were collected from prospective voters in the month of Febraury 2013.
It may be recalled that in December 2012 Suvarna News TV had published the C-Voter survey results based on voters' mood in November 2013. The survey had claimed Congress would get 115 out of the 224 seats in the Karnataka assembly.
In January 2013, Tehelka had published C-Voter survey which again predicted Congress victory with 133 seats.
Earlier in Dec 2012 :