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Exit Poll Results 2019: BJP comfortable in Rajasthan, MP, Chhattisgarh

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. 

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The exit polls are broadcast by major news channels who have held several rounds of survey in partnership with pollsters across 543 seats of the Parliament. (File)

Exit Polls Results 2019 India Lok Sabha Elections: 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.

As per Times Now, the NDA is likely to win 296 while it projected 126 for the Congress-led UPA.

Explained: Which exit polls are more reliable than others?

Meanwhile, India TV predicted a landslide for BJP in Delhi as the party is likely to all the seven seats in the national capital. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP had won all of these seven seats with a vote share of 46.6 per cent.

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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.

Andhra Pradesh Exit Poll Results 2019: YSR gains

According to India Today-Axis, YSR Congress is expected to win anywhere between 18 to 20 seats in Andhra Pradesh while TDP will be down to 4 to 6 seats. In the 2014 elections, N Chandrababu Naidu-led TDP had bagged 16 and emerged as the single largest party with a vote share of 40.8 per cent.

Total No. of Seats: 25

India Today-Axis- YSR Congress 18-20 | TDP  4 -6

News 18 India-IPSOS- TDP 10-12 | YSRC 13-14 | BJP 0-1 | Cong 0

Delhi Exit Poll Results 2019: Clear mandate predicted for BJP

India TV predicts a landslide 7 out of 7 seat win in Delhi for the BJP. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP had won all of these seven seats with a vote share of 46.6 per cent.

Total No. of Seats: 7

India TV- BJP 7 | AAP 0 | Cong 0

C-Voter- BJP 7 | AAP 0 | Cong 0

India Today | BJP 6 | Cong 1 | AAP 0

Times Now | BJP 7 | Cong 0 | AAP 0

Uttar Pradesh Exit Poll Results 2019: Times Now predicts 56 seats for BJP

According to C-Vote exit poll, the BSP-SP alliance is set to bag 40 seats, while the BJP will manage as many as 38 seats. In the 2014 general elections, BJP had won 71 seats, INC 2, SP 6, and AD 2.

Total No. of seats: 80

Times Now- BJP 56 | SP-BSP-RLD 20 | Congress 2

C Voter-  BJP  38 | SP-BSP-RLD 40 | Congress 2

India Today | BJP 62-68 | BSP-SP-RLD 10-16 | Others 0

Rajasthan Exit Poll Results 2019: Clear mandate predicted for BJP

According to Times Now-VMR exit poll, in Rajasthan, the BJP and its allies will get 21 seats. The BJP had swept the state in 2014, winning all the 25 seats of the state.

Total No. of seats: 25

Times Now-VMR: BJP 21 | Congress 4

C Voter- BJP 22 | Congress 3

West Bengal Exit Poll Results 2019: Huge gain for BJP

All the major exit polls indicate a huge surge for the BJP in West Bengal, where the saffron party was locked in a fierce fight with Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress. In 2014, Lok Sabha elections, BJP bagged only 2 seats (Asansol and Darjeeling) with 17 per cent vote share. Follow our exit poll results coverage in Bangla

Total No. of seats: 42

India Today- TMC 19-22 | Congress 0-1 | BJP 19-23

India News-Polstrat- TMC 26 | Congress 2 | BJP 14

Republic-Jan Ki Baat- TMC 28 | Congress 2 | BJP 18-26

Republic- CVoter- TMC 29 | Congress 2 | BJP 11

Maharashtra Exit Poll Results 2019: 38-42 seats for BJP

Out of the 48 Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra, the India-Today Axis exit poll predicts a victory for the BJP with 38-42 seats. In the 2014 general elections, BJP had won 24 seats from the state.

Total No. of seats: 48

India Today-Axis- BJP 38-42 | Congress 6-10 | Others 0

Gujarat Exit Poll Results 2019: Clean sweep for BJP

Here is what the pollsters have in store for Gujarat this year.

Total No. of seats: 26

Aaj Tak-Axis- BJP 25-26 | Congress 0-1 | Others 0

News 24-Todays Chanakya- BJP 26 | Congress 0 | Others 0

Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll Result 2019: 24-28 seats for BJP

In the 2014 general elections, riding on Modi wave and a strong anti-incumbency against the Manmohan Singh-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government the BJP had won 27 seats in Maharashtra. This year similar numbers are predicted by C-Voter and India Today.

Total No. of seats: 29

C Voter- BJP 24 | Congress 5

India Today-Axis- BJP 26-28 | Cong 1-3 | Others 0

Kerala Exit Poll Result 2019: Congress likely to get 15

In Kerala, Congress is likely to win 13 seats, while five seats for the Left and one for the BJP, according to exit polls. Meanwhile, C-Voter predicts 15 seats for the Congress and 5 for LDF. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Congress had emerged as the single largest party in the state with 8 seats and a vote share of 31.5 per cent. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) had won 5 seats with 21.8 per cent votes.

Total no. of seats: 20

C-voter- BJP 0 | Congress 15 | LDF 5

India Today | BJP 0-1 | Congress 15-16 | Others 3-5

Karnataka Exit Poll Result 2019: Congress’ fortunes go south

In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata party had emerged as the single largest party in the state with 17 seats and a vote share of 43.4 per cent. The Indian National Congress had won 9 seats with 41.2 per cent votes. Here is what the pollsters have in store for Karnataka this year.

Total no. seats: 28

Times Now-VMR- BJP 21 | Congres 7 | Others 0

CNN IPSOS- BJP 21-23 | Congres 5-7 | Others 0

India TV- BJP 17 | Congress 11 | Others 0

ABP-AC Nielsen- BJP 15 | Congress 13 | Others 0

C-voter-BJP 18 | Congress 9 | Others 1

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Bihar Exit Poll Result 2019: Plus 30 seats predicted for BJP

In Bihar, the Congress’ efforts to string together a Mahagathbandhan along with Tejashwi Yadav’s RJD seems to have bit the dust, with people of the state once again giving the mandate to the BJP-JD(U) alliance.

Total seats: 40

Times Now-VMR    BJP 30 | Congress 10 | Others 0

ABP-Nielsen           BJP 34 | Congress 6 | Others 0

C-Voter                  BJP 33 | Congress 7 | Others 0