Exit polls bring cheer to all par­ties

DNA (Delhi) - - COMMUNITY -

In­dia To­day-Axis exit poll has pro­jected a vic­tory for the BJP be­tween 102-120 seats with 40 per cent vote share, while giv­ing the Congress 104-124 seats with 41 per cent vote share. The C-Voter has pre­dicted 90-106 seats for the BJP and 110-126 seats for the Congress. To­day’s Chanakya said the Congress will win 125 seats in the 231-mem­ber House, while the BJP will bag 103 seats.

Times Now-CNX exit poll, how­ever, has pre­dicted a vic­tory for the BJP with 126 seats and 89 seats for Congress.

Sim­i­larly, in Ch­hat­tis­garh, poll­sters have pre­dicted a close con­test be­tween the two, with the BJP lead­ing by a small mar­gin. Times NowCNX has pre­dicted BJP bag­ging any­where be­tween 42 and 50 seats, while Repub­lic C-Voter pre­dict­ing be­tween 35 and 43 seats. In­dia To­day Axis-My In­dia has pre­dicted 21 to 31 seats, while ABP CSDS point to 52 seats for the BJP. Times Now-CNX has pre­dicted 32 to 38 seats for the Congress, while Repub­lic CVoter has pre­dicted 42 to 50 seats, and In­dia To­day Axis My In­dia has pre­dicted 55 to 65 seats for the Congress. Ad­di­tion­ally, ABP-CSDS has pre­dicted 35 seats for the Congress. With sev­eral poll­sters pre­dict­ing any­where be­tween 0 and eight seats for the Janta Congress Ch­hat­tis­garh and Bahu­jan Sa­maj Party com­bine, they could emerge as the king­mak­ers in the state.

TRS supremo K Chan­drasekhar Rao’s gam­ble to call for early polls might pay off, with exit polls pre­dict­ing that the TRS re­tain­ing the new­est state of the coun­try. In­dia To­day-My Axis was the most gen­er­ous to the TRS, pre­dict­ing any­where be­tween 79 and 91 seats in the 119-mem­ber As­sem­bly.

Times Now-CNX has pre­dicted 66 seats for TRS, while NewsX-ITV Neta has fore­seen 57 seats to be in TRS’s kitty. Repub­lic-C Voter has pre­dicted that TRS will win 50 to 65 seats.

As per poll pre­dic­tions, the Congress is likely to lose its last gov­ern­ment in the North­east, the Lal Than­hawla-led gov­ern­ment in Mi­zo­ram, to the Mizo Na­tional Front, which is an ally of the BJPled Na­tional Demo­cratic Front at the Cen­tre.

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