Bihar Election 2020: Tejashwi Yadav trends on google even before results
The counting of votes has begun at 8 am today but before that, Tejashwi Yadav has left Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar behind in Google search.
BIHAR: Will Nitish Kumar stay as Bihar chief minister or the state will see RJD returning to power? This will be known in a few hours from now as the results to the 243-member legislative assembly will be declared on Tuesday.
The results of Bihar Assembly elections 2020 will come today and it will be known who will be the next Chief Minister of Bihar. The counting of votes has begun at 8 am today but before that, Tejashwi Yadav has left Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar behind in Google search. Tejashwi has overtaken Nitish in Google search. Nitish's search volume was 9, where Tejashwi's was 43.
Tejashwi Yadav Trends on Google:
It has become clear that the results are anything but Tejashwi has won the hearts of the people. Even at 3:55 am, the search volume of Nitish and Tejashwi was 23 and 46 respectively, and as the vote-counting time is approaching, Tejashwi Yadav's searches in Google are increasing.
The search gap between Tejashwi and Nitish Kumar was 52-17 at 6:32 am. According to Google Trends, Nitish and Tejashwi's searches in Meghalaya are 50-50.
While the search for Nitish Kumar keyword in Bihar is 46%, Tejashwi search is 54%. In addition, the search for Tejashwi keywords in Himachal Pradesh has gone up to 62%.
In addition, Tejashwi search volume in Punjab is 70% and Nitish's 30%. It looks like this time the matter can be disturbed and everything can change.
Who will be next Bigg Boss of Bihar?
The fate of the Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) government, which has helmed Bihar for a decade and a half, will be decided on Tuesday as election results to the 243-member legislative assembly will be declared. Besides, the fate of 3,558 candidates, including 370 women and a transgender, will also be decided. The counting of votes began at 8 am at 55 centres across 38 districts.
The results will decide if the voters have decided to hand over the state’s baton to the Grand alliance (Mahagathbandhan) led by its CM candidate Tejashwi Yadav, which constitutes the RJD, the Congress and Left parties.