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From literacy to per capita income, these 12 charts show how poll-bound states are faring

​​Three of the states are BJP-ruled. Chhattisgarh had its first phase of polling on November 12 and will have its second on November 20. MP and Mizoram will vote on November 28 and Telangana and Rajasthan on December 7.

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Last Updated: Nov 17, 2018, 11.00 PM IST|Original: Nov 17, 2018, 11.00 PM IST
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Three of the states are BJP-ruled. Chhattisgarh had its first phase of polling on November 12 and will have its second on November 20.
The results of the ongoing assembly elections in five states — Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram — on December 11 will be closely watched since they will soon be followed by the general election in April-May 2019.

Three of the states are BJP-ruled. Chhattisgarh had its first phase of polling on November 12 and will have its second on November 20. MP and Mizoram will vote on November 28 and Telangana and Rajasthan on December 7.

ET Magazine analyses these five states on a range of metrics to see how they compare with each other and the all-India average.

Chhattisgarh tops in sex ratio
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Mizoram tops in literacy rate

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Account for over 17% of India's population
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Telengana has the highest per capita income
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MP ranks low on governance
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Mizoram tops human development index
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Chattisgarh & MP rank low on poverty index
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Mizoram has the most number of police personnel
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Telangana spends the least on public health
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MP has the worst doctor to population ratio
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Telangana & MP's road length lower than national average
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