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Exit polls point to BJP's return in Maharashtra, Haryana with 'bigger mandate'

All the five pollsters predicted a return to office for Devendra Fadnavis and Manohar Lal Khattar, giving more than two-third seats for the BJP-led NDA in Maharashtra and Haryana.

Election Results 2019 Live Streaming: How to watch results of Lok Sabha polls 2019

Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 LIVE Streaming Update: Various Hindi, English and regional TV channels will do a LIVE broadcast of election results as counting goes on Thursday. For LIVE streaming of elections results, you can follow the Live TV links of channels like NDTV, India Today, DD News, CNN News 18, etc.

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Delhi confidential: Upbeat Office

Most of the staff were given a holiday, as they worked without a break for the last two months, but the excitement was palpable in and around the office.

All exit polls point to return of NDA

Two polls predicted that the NDA would fall short of a majority: NewsX-Neta (242) and ABP News-Nielsen (267). Most of the polls suggested that the Congress, which had registered its worst performance in 2014 with 44 seats, would fall below the 100 mark, with News18-IPSOS projecting only 46 seats for the party.

Explained: How to conduct, read exit polls

With various forecasts for the Lok Sabha election results out, which ones are more reliable than others? A veteran analyst describes the various methods, challenges and shortcomings in conducting an exit poll.

Uttar Pradesh exit polls throw divided result, BJP's tally to come down

Uttar Pradesh exit polls: While three exit polls predicted that the saffron party will suffer losses at the hands of the BSP-SP alliance, others gave BJP anywhere between 56-62 seats.

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Lok Sabha Elections: Exit polls results vary widely for 3 states that hold key to BJP show

While most exit polls project that the NDA will comfortably cross the magic mark of 272 seats to form the government, the projections widely vary with regard to the BJP’s performance in three key states — Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Odisha — which account for 143 seats.

If exit polls are right, Election 2019 marks a structural change in Indian politics — the end of Congress’s dynastic rule

The most unfortunate event to befall the Congress was that the party won three states in December 2018. This lulled them into thinking that they had a good chance of making a come back in these states, and therefore, across India.

Lok Sabha Elections: Narendra Modi, Amit Shah to meet NDA allies today

The meeting, to be held two days before the counting of votes, assumes significance as only three of the nine exit polls have projected the BJP as winning a majority on its own.

Fresh worry for AAP as exit polls suggest Congress in second spot

Delhi Congress leader said the possible rise in Congress’s vote share in the city is heartening. “AAP and we share the voter base. Disillusioned, our voters are coming back to us,” he said.

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Exit polls predict another term for Modi, Congress far away from majority mark

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.

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Exit Polls: Mamata stays; Amma, Gogoi go

As the curtains came down Monday on assembly elections in four states and an Union Territory, exit polls predicted an anti-incumbent mood in all states except West Bengal. All polls predicted a BJP win in Assam, raising party hopes of its first government in a north-eastern state when votes are counted May 19. The Congress, […]

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