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Opinion poll brings bad news for CPI(M) (2/6/2018) 
Who will win Tripura election 2018? While there are many days left for the final result, an opinion poll has predicted some bad news for the ruling CPI(M) in Tripura. According to the News X- Jan Ki Baat opinion poll, BJP-IPFT coalition in Tripura is likely to win 31-37 seats out of the total 60 assembly constituencies in the state. The survey also predicts that the ruling CPI(M) may get 23-29 seats; while the Congress and other parties may not win any seat in the state.CPI(M) has ruled Tripura for 25 years and reports have suggested there is a strong anti-incumbency against the Mani Sarkar government of the state. Despite the overall trend suggesting a BJP surge across the state, which is considered to be the last Left citadel, chief minister Manik Sarkar is likely to win in the Dhanpur constituency once again, as per the survey. The key takeaways of the opinion poll is that BJP will be the focal point of the anti-Left sentiment during the election, not the Congress or other parties. There is also a “significant undercurrent” against the ruling party. The biggest concerns for voters are unemployment and a demand for independent Tripura land among the tribals.
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