Exit Poll Results 2017, BJP might lead the way: It looks like BJP’s way to the big highway to the government formation in states like Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Congress in Punjab as per the exit polls survey results coming
As per the survey results BJP could cover the four out five state elections concluded on 8th March 2017.
The Official results for all five states are out on March 11.
Who can win the UP election 2017?
Four out of six exit polls have predicted for the BJP to retain power in Uttar Pradesh and chances are BJP cross the halfway mark of 202 out of 403 member of UP assembly.
The India News-MRC poll have given the BJP 185 seats, the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance to 120 seats and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) 90 out of the 403-member assembly. The halfway mark is 202.
The Times Now VMR poll have given the BJP between 190 and 210 seats, the SP and Congress alliance combine to get between 110 and 130 seats and the BSP between 57 and 74 seats.
Who can win the Punjab election 2017?
In Punjab, all the major exit polls are predicting that the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP combine was facing a defeat. However the polls are divided on whether the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is fighting its first election after Delhi.
Two exit polls predicted a same results, while other two were split between the Congress and the AAP in the 117-member assembly. The halfway mark is in Punjab 59.
Who can win the Uttarakhand election 2017?
In Uttarakhand, as predicted before the election the BJP is looking to set dislodge the Congress as three out of four exit polls gave a absolute majority to the BJP party. One poll forecast a neck to neck fight in the 70-member legislature.
Who can win the Goa election 2017?
It looks like in GOA as well the BJP is going to hit the six again; As Two exit polls results are showing positive results for the BJP. The BJP could retain power in Goa. The AAP doesn’t looks like making any impact in GOA this time in Goa 40 member assembly.
Who can win the Manipur election 2017?
The Congress appeared to be on its way to get the biggest setback in the form of Manipur as well, India TV-C Voter the only available exit poll so far is saying the BJP will emerge as the single-largest party in the 60-member house.
Exit polls have usually go wrong as the survey and the actual voting’s totally different. Survey results are based on the taking opinions of some people, based on which other people votes are calculated. Especially it went in Bihar and Delhi in 2015.
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