Congress is likely to get 33-37 seats of 70-member assembly.
New Delhi: In Zee News Opinion Poll, Uttarakhand incumbent Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is likely to suffer defeat from his Khatima Assembly seat, while Harish Rawat-led Congress is set to avenge 2017 humiliation by emerging single largest party with 33-37 seats in 70-member Assembly.
Moreover, a majority of the respondents—nearly 43%, want Congress leader Harish Rawat to head the next government in the state, while BJP’s Pushkar Singh Dhami and Anil Baluni were in second and third position for the top post with 31% and 11% respectively, showed the poll survey.
Electorally dominant Brahmin, Thakur, and OBC communities are likely to favour the ruling BJP, while SC and Muslims are likely to vote for Congress. 57% Brahmin and 60% Thakurs are expected to vote for BJP, while 84% Muslims and 62% SCs are veering towards the Congress.