Left to Right: Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani, BJP Chief Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi
News Nation has come up with its Exit Poll for Gujarat which went to polls in single phase on April 23. The extensive exit poll will give you an approximation of whether the coastal state wants the Modi government to continue rule at the Centre or will it give the Congress or a third front a chance.
The BJP is eyeing a repeat of its performance in 2014 Lok Sabha polls when it won all the 26 seats. On the other hand, the Congress, which performed well in the 2017 Assembly polls, is hoping to reverse in the BJP bastion.
News Nation Exit Poll has predicted 23 seats for the BJP and three seats for the Congress.
India Today-My Axis Exit Poll has predicted a clean sweep for the BJP in Gujarat.
India Today-My Axis Exit Poll has pedicted victory on all 26 seats for the BJP.
In the 2012 Assembly elections, the BJP won 115 seats and the Congress grabbed 61 seats.
The BJP won the Gujarat Assembly Elections in 2017 but faced a resurgent Congress for the first time in two decades. The BJP was able to win 99 seats in the 182-member strong Assembly. This was for the first time that the party failed to touch the 100-seat mark in the Assembly.
In 2014, the projection of state's former chief minister Narendra Modi as the NDA's prime ministerial candidate helped the BJP to create an intense wave in Gujarat.