The first three or four early exit polls show a clear majority for the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance
New Delhi: Exit poll results have just started coming in, and they indicate that PM Narendra Modi is coming back to power with a robust majority. The first three or four early exit polls show a clear majority for the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance.
Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV had commissioned two exit polls — one by Yashwant Deshmukh’s CVoter and the other by Pradip Bhandari’s Jann Ki Baat. CVoter says NDA will be home safe with 287 seats with UPA trailing at 128, while Jann Ki Baat puts it at a much higher 295-315 and UPA at 102-125.
The Times Now-VMR seat share projection for NDA is 306 with UPA getting 132. It gives other parties 104 seats.
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The News Nation exit poll also gives NDA 282-290 seats while UPA gets 118-126 to UPA.
Even the NDTV in their Polls of Polls have assessed that BJP+ to get 300 of 542 seats, Congress+ 127 and non-aligned parties 115.
Most exit polls are indicating a big surge of seats for the BJP in Bengal.
According to the Times Now-VMR Exit Poll, the BJP is expected to win 11 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal with a greater vote share than it received in the 2014 general elections, which is nine more than its 2014 tally of 2 seats. The poll predicts that the saffron party will also see a significant increase in vote share.
Initial results of the News18-IPSOS exit poll, Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress is predicted to be the single-largest party in West Bengal, expected to triumph in 25-28 seats. The BJP is expected to pick up three to seven seats, which is an improvement from the two it won last time around. The Left parties, meanwhile, are predicted to have put in a dismal performance, failing to open their account in the state they ruled for 34 years.
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Last Updated 19, May 2019, 7:23 PM