Ahead of the 10 May Assembly elections to the Karnataka Assembly, parties are campaigning all out to ensure victory.
The final South First-Peoples Pulse pre-poll survey projects the Congress could win 105 to 117 seats out of the total 224 seats in Karnataka.
The data shows that Congress is at a slight advantage and could cross the halfway mark of 112.
The incumbent BJP is projected to win 81 to 93 seats, while the JD(S) is expected to win between 24 and 29 seats. Independent and other party candidates are projected to win one to three seats.
South First-Peoples Pulse final pre-poll survey — carried out between 1 and 5 May — shows that Congress is likely to get a vote share of 41.1 percent while the BJP is set to get 36 percent, which is a minute loss compared to its 2018 vote share number of 36.35 percent.
Here is a constituency-wise look at which party has the edge.