Assembly elections in Bihar Times Now and C-Voter survey are seeing figures came as a shock. According to the survey, but the NDA in Bihar JD Mahagantbndn forks battle ahead. The survey’s considered the state’s electoral picture has changed in just two weeks. According to the survey, the BJP and its allies in the elections, only 40 per cent vote share by 8 September 2015, to 23 September 2015 which is 43 percent.

NDA and Nitish-Lalu coalition neck and neck.

In terms of the number of seats in the survey parties on 8 September 2015 in a survey of 102 seats where the BJP and its allies had 124 seats and the rest of the U and his Mahagantbndn 17 seats. But 23 September 2015, exactly two weeks the picture has changed completely. September 23 poll, the BJP and JD Alliance 117 112  Since 14. According to the survey, only two weeks to the other NDA votes and seats Sharing percent growth has been registered. JD Alliance 12 seats where the BJP is showing a loss of five seats to get the advantage.

Yes, Grand alliance relief for the people in the survey question better for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who will be the 46.08 percent is better informed. While 16.08 percent Sushil Modi, Jitan Ram Manjhi 3.9 per cent to 6.7 per cent and Ram Vilas Paswan is better described as the chief minister.