BJP leader and Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal is the first choice of voters as the chief minister of the state, revealed a survey conducted by IANS-C Voter.
According to the survey, Sonowal is the most “suitable” politician whom the voters want to elect again to rule the state after the upcoming Assembly elections.
Sonowal is liked by 30 per cent of the respondents in the 126-member Assembly which will expire on May 31.
The survey, which included over 5,000 people covering all the Assembly constituencies, shows that 21.6 per cent citizens back BJP’s Himanta Biswa Sarma, the incumbent Finance Minister of Assam, as chief minister.
Besides, Congress’ Gaurav Gogoi is the CM candidate choice of 18.8 per cent people followed by AIUDF MLA Badruddin Ajmal and Congress’ Debabrata Saikia, who is the son of former Chief Minister of Assam Hiteswar Saikia.
Around 20.4 per cent people in Assam want some other politicians as the Chief Ministerial face for the state.