A recent ABP-CVoter opinion poll shared ahead of the Assembly elections in Rajasthan shows the Congress getting a majority in state, with the incumbent BJP falling much behind. For the 200-seat Rajasthan Assembly, the Congress has been projected to get a whopping 130 seats, while the BJP is getting 57 seats. The projection for the Others is 13. This marks a complete reversal of the number of seats bagged in the 2013 Assembly elections, wherein BJP bagged 163 seats, far ahead of the 21 seats the Congress got.
In terms of the vote share, the Congress is projected to get 50.8 percent, followed by the BJP with 36.8 percent in the upcoming elections. The Others are expected to get 12.4 percent vote share. In the 2013 Vidhan Sabha elections, BJP had managed to get 45.2 percent vote share, followed by the Congress with 33.1 percent and Others at 21.7 percent.