The post-poll survey in Gujarat shows that the BJP under Modi's is once again set to give the Gujarat CM a hat-trick of electoral victories. The survey is restricted to just the first phase of polling which took place on December 13 in 87 seats out of the 182. The BJP would most likely remain the single largest party and GPP could finish with a double digit vote share. A wide gap between the vote shares of BJP and the Congress is likely.
The findings reveal that BJP would remain the single largest party and GPP could finish with a double digit vote share. A sizeable proportion of voters seem to have taken their voting decision a few days before polling or campaigning as compared to previous years. This could partly explain the increase in the Congress and the GPP's vote share during the campaign period.
The survey also shows Narendra Modi to be the overwhelming choice for the chief minister. The only worrying factor for him is the dipping satisfaction among voters with the work done by the BJP government. Even though the Patels have shifted away from the BJP, their satisfaction with the work done by the government remains extremely high.