Exit Polls: Pollsters give Rajasthan to Congress; Close contest in Chhattisgarh, MP; KCR to retain Telangana
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Exit Polls: Pollsters give Rajasthan to Congress; Close contest in Chhattisgarh, MP; KCR to retain Telangana

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Poll predictions for Chhattisgarh:

TIMES NOW-CNX

BJP – 46

Congress – 35

JCC+BSP – 7

Others – 2

INDIA TODAY-AXIS

BJP – 21-31

Congress – 55-65

Others – 4-8

NEWSX-NETA

BJP – 43

Congress – 40

Others – 7

REPUBLIC-CVOTER

BJP – 39

Congress – 46

Others – 5

REPUBLIC-JAN KI BAAT

BJP – 40-48

Congress – 37-43

JCC+BSP – 5-6

Others – 0-1


 

INDIA TODAY-AXIS ON TELANGANA | The survey has forecast 79-91 seats for the TRS, 21-33 for Congress+TDP, 4-7 for Owaisi’s AIMIM, and 1-3 seats for BJP. The majority mark in the 119-seat Assembly is 60. In 2016, the Telangana Rashtra Samiti had won 63 seats, Congress had won 21, TDP 15, BJP five and Others 15 in the 119-seat Assembly.


OVERALL PREDICTIONS FOR Madhya Pradesh | Surveys have predicted a tight contest between the BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Here’s a look at all exit poll results for Madhya Pradesh.

TIMES NOW-CNX

BJP – 126

Congress – 89

Others – 15

INDIA TODAY-AXIS

BJP – 102-120

Congress – 104-122

NEWSX-NETA

BJP – 106

Congress – 112

Others – 12

REPUBLIC-CVOTER

BJP – 106

Congress – 110-126

Others – 6-12

CSDS

BJP – 94

Congress – 126

The majority mark in the 200-seat Assembly is 101. In 2013, the BJP had won 163 seats, Congress had won 21, the BSP three and others 13.


The Times Now-CNX exit poll predicts the following results for the Rajasthan polls:

  • Congress – 105
  • BJP – 85
  • BSP-JCCJ – 02
  • Others – 07

INDIA TODAY-AXIS ON CHHATTISGARH | The survey has predicted 42-50 seats for the BJP, 32-38 for the Congress, JCC+BSP to get 6-8 and 1-3 for others.  The half-way mark in the 90-seat Assembly is 46 seats. In 2013, the BJP had won 49 seats, the Congress won 39 while BSP bagged 1 seat.


TIMES NOW-CNX ON MP | According to the Times Now-CNX survey, the BJP is predicted to win 126 in the 230-seat Madhya Pradesh Assembly. The Congress is predicted to win 89 seats, while others may win 15. The halfway mark is 119. In 2013, the BJP had won a whopping 165 seats, which means the saffron party may take a tumble this time. The Congress had won 58 the last time.


INDIA TODAY-AXIS ON MP | According to the India Today-Axis survey, the BJP is predicted to win 102-120 seats in 230-seat Madhya Pradesh Assembly. The Congress is predicted to win 104-122 seats, while others may win 4-11. The halfway mark is 119. In 2013, the BJP had won a whopping 165 seats, which means the saffron party may take a tumble this time. The Congress had won 58 the last time.


The exit polls will start popping in a few minutes for the five states that went for their Assembly Elections over the last month. The five states which underwent Elections are Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Telangana.

Rajasthan

Exit Polls LIVE Updates: Pollsters give Rajasthan to Congress; Close contest in Chhattisgarh, MP; KCR's may pull off

Alliance TimesNow-CNX Republic C-Voter News24 India Today-Axis My India Poll of Polls
BJP 85 52-68 70-80 55-72 70
INC 105 129-145 110-120 119-141 121
Others 9 5-11 5-15 4-9 8

Mizoram

Axis C-Voter – Republic TV MRC Chanakya Poll of Polls
INC 14-18 14-18
MNF 16-20 16-20
Others 0-3 0-3

The election in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram took place on 28 November, whereas Chhattisgarh Elections took place across two phases on November 12 and November 20.

The election in the states of Rajasthan and Telangana took place on 7 December, while the vote counting of all the five elections will happen on 11 December.

Rajasthan has been a swing state since the BJP won for the second time in succession under the leadership of Bhairon Singh Shekhawat in 1993. Since then, the two parties of Congress and BJP are alternatively being elected by the state.

Whereas, Madhya Pradesh has been ruled by Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s BJP for the last 13 years.

Major political parties contesting the election in the southern state are KCR’s Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Congress, Telangana Jana Samithi, Communist Party of India, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and BJP.

In Chhattisgarh, the Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state, led by CM Raman Singh, is seeking victory for the fourth time after remaining in power for three consecutive terms. On the other hand, the Congress is hoping to snatch power in the state from the saffron party with the help of huge anti-incumbency in the state. Meanwhile, former chief minister Ajith Jogi’s Janata Congress Chhattisgarh party is also hoping to claim victory, in alliance with Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party.

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