Exit Polls Results 2019 Lok Sabha Elections: The exit polls are broadcast by major news channels who have held several rounds of survey in partnership with pollsters across 543 seats including major states such as Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttar Prades, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Bihar and others.
All exit polls suggest the BJP may open it's account in the southern state with one seat, possibly Thiruvananthapuram where the saffron party fancies its chances against sitting Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.
Exit Poll Results 2019, Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019 India Highlights: According to exit poll results released after the end of voting for the seventh and last phase of polling, the BJP-led NDA is likely to form next government. BJP and its alliance partners are projected to win close to 300 seats, while the Congress+ is likely to win 128 seats.
Lok Sabha Election Exit Polls Results 2019: With the last phase of voting taking place tomorrow and election results to be declared on May 23, all eyes are now focused on exit polls. The embargo on exit polls will lift on Sunday evening at 6.30 pm.
“Exit polls should be banned in our country. These are not based on facts or real factors. I know the people’s pulse. I have been on the ground during campaigning. I have more sense of what people think than those conducting such exit polls. Exit polls have also been proved wrong in the past,” said Singh.
The BJP-led NDA government is projected to get a clear majority in the Lok Sabha elections, according to various exit poll results telecast after the mammoth seven-phase polls came to an end on Sunday.