Bihar Electorate Lower Back Nitish’S Call, But Questions Loom Large About 2019 Elections

Surprisingly, though, 40% of Congress voters and 30% of RJD voters too support his decision.
The results of the poll indicate that JD(U) and BJP voters support Nitish’s decision to go with the BJP.
More worryingly for Nitish, a majority of JD(U), RJD and Congress voters said that they would have voted for the Grand Alliance in 2019 if it had remained intact.
In 2015, the Grand Alliance had a combined vote share of 42%, with the RJD winning the most seats with the most votes.
CVoter conducted a snap poll on Thursday, interviewing 1,071 randomly selected respondents from all demographics across 228 assembly segments of Bihar.

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