The polling in Bihar, which was held in all seven phases starting from April 11 to May 19, has come to an end and with this the focus has now shifted to exit poll results. The exit poll results data for Bihar will be aired after 6.30pm, as per the guidelines of the Election Commission. As we debate over who will win a maximum number of seats in Bihar, News Nation has conducted the biggest exit poll survey to provide you the most accurate data.
The BJP, in alliance with the JD(U) and the LJP, is currently at power in Bihar and it hopes to gain big in the upcoming polls owing to the popularity of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, the NDA is expected to face tough competition from Congress-RJD led Grand Alliance.
The grand alliance comprises RJD, Congress, HAM, RLSP, VIP, Sharad Yadav’s LJD and the three Left parties – CPI, CPI(ML) and CPM.
In the last general elections, the BJP with its allies the Ram Vilas Paswan-led LJP and the Upendra Kushwaha-led RLSP had won 31 seats in Bihar. The RJD-Congress-NCP alliance was reduced to 7 seats (4+2+1) whereas the Nitish Kumar-led JDU was decimated with just 2 seats in the elections.
News Nation's Exit Poll predicts 9-11 seats for UPA in Bihar.
BJP to get 29-31 seats in Bihar, predicts News Nation Exit Poll
According to India TV-CNX Exit Poll 2019, the BJP-led NDA is likely to win 300 seats. The Congress-led UPA is projected to win 120 seats whereas the SP+BSP+RLD alliance may get 28 seats. The others are predicted to get 94 seats.
NDA to get 339-365 and UPA may win 77-108 predicts India Today-My Axis Exit Poll
BJP to get 62-68 seats in Uttar Pradesh: India Today-My Axis Exit Poll
According to India Today-My Axis Exit Poll, the BJP is likely to win 2 seats in Manipur. The Congress may lose both the seats.
BJP clean sweep in Assam, may win 12-14 seats: India Today-My Axis
BJP to get 291 seats, Congress will win 57 seats: Today Chanakya Exit Poll
Today Chanakya Exit Poll predicts that NDA will get 340 seats and UPA will 70 seats.
NDA to win 12-14 seats in Jharkhand and Congress alliance to get 02 seats: India Today- My Axis Exit poll
BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is likely to win 33-35 seats while Congress-NCP may get 13-15 seats.
News Nation Exit Poll predicts 2 seats for BJP, 1 each for National Conference, PDP and Congress in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to News Nation Exit Poll, BJP is likely to sweep all 7 seats in Delhi.
According to News Nation Exit Poll, BJP is likely to win 22-24 seats, while Congress may get 2-4 seats in Gujarat.
NDA to make a clean sweep in Bihar, likely to win all 38-40 seats: India Today - My Axis exit poll
NDA likely to get 267, UPA and Others may win 127 and 148 respectively: ABP Exit Poll
BJP-led NDA may get 6 seats, while Congress and its allies may win 3 seats in the North East.
According to Republic, CVoter projects 18 seats for NDA in Karnataka
Congress and its allies may get 2-4 seats in Assam.
Congress is likely to win only 1 seat in Himachal Pradesh.
The YSRCP, TDP, are likely to bag 15-17, 7-9 seats respectively in Andhra Pradesh.
BJP may win seven Lok Sabha seats in Chhattisgarh while the Congress party may bag four seats: Times Now-VMR Projection
Stalin-led party looks all set to sweep Tamil Nadu with 27-29 seats.
NDA to retain Maharashtra with 38-42 seats: India Today Axis Poll
According to News Nation Exit Poll, BJP may get 21-23 seats while Congress may win 2-4 seats in Rajasthan.
BJP to get 24 seats while Congress can get 5-7 seats in Madhya Pradesh: News Nation Exit Poll
Republic projects 46-57 seats for the NDA in Uttar Pradesh.
Congress may gain 5-7 seats in Chhattisgarh while BJP may get 4-6 seats.
News Nation Exit Poll predicts 22-24 seats for BJP, while Congress may get 5-7 seats in Madhya Pradesh.
ABP predicts a clean sweep for Mahagathbandhan with 56 seats in Uttar Pradesh, BJP reduced to 22 seats.
News Nation Exit Poll predicts BJP is likely open its account in Kerala with 1-3 seats
NDA likely to get a vote share of 38 per cent: News Nation Exit Poll
Vote share of UPA is expected to be around 30 per cent.
Nitish Kumar has been ruling the state since 2005 (barring the period when Jitan Ram Manjhi was the chief minister).
Meanwhile, Election Commission said that polling has concluded in 542 parliamentary constituencies across states and Union Territories.
The 2014 election in Bihar was held in six phases on April 10, 17, 24, 30 and May 7 and 12.
The RJD-Congress-NCP alliance was reduced to 7 seats (4+2+1) whereas the Nitish Kumar-led JDU was decimated with just 2 seats in the 2014 Elections.
In 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJP with its allies the Ram Vilas Paswan-led LJP and the Upendra Kushwaha-led RLSP won 31 seats in Bihar.