Exit Poll Results 2021: Several Exit Poll surveys aired by information oraganisations on Thursday forecast a decent contest between the incumbent Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) within the high-profile West Bengal Assembly Elections, whereas the ruling Left mix was projected to retain energy in Kerala and so was the case for the saffron occasion in Assam.
These Exit Polls additionally projected Congress+DMK-led Opposition alliance as a winner in Tamil Nadu, whereas the Congress-led alliance was seen shedding the neighbouring Puducherry by some pollsters.
As the primary exit polls started getting telecast quickly after the eight-phase elections resulted in West Bengal, the ruling TMC was seen in a decent contest with the BJP in meeting polls for the politically vital state, whereas projections for the neighbouring Assam gave a transparent edge to the BJP-led alliance over the Congress-led opposition.
ABP-CVoter Exit Poll Results:
ABP News-CVoter Exit Poll gave TMC an edge over BJP and Congress+Left alliance in West Bengal. As per the survey, the ruling dispensation is almost certainly to safe someplace between 152 to 164 seats within the 294-member Bengal Assembly.
In Assam, the ABP CVoter Exit Poll reveals NDA’s return to energy in a really shut electoral contest. The saffron party-led alliance is predicted to safe round 58 to 71 seats in 126-member Assembly. Meanwhile, Congress-led alliance is almost certainly to bag someplace round 53 to 66 seats.
Likewise in Kerala, ABP CVoter Exit Poll reveals that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan-Led LDF is all set to return to energy. The survey hints LDF authorities could win with a easy majority within the Kerala Polls 2021, by capturing someplace between 71-77 seats, in 140-member Assembly. (the magic quantity being 71).
Other Exit Poll Results:
In West Bengal, the Republic-CNX polls gave the BJP a slight edge by projecting 138-148 seats for the occasion within the 294-seat meeting and 128-138 to the TMC.
However, Times Now-C Voter predicted a transparent majority for the TMC by projecting 162 seats for the occasion and 115 for the BJP.
In Assam, India Today-Axis My India predicted 75-85 seats for the BJP within the 126-member meeting and 40-50 to the Congress-led opposition.
Today’s Chanakya predicted 70 seats for the saffron alliance and 56 for the Congress-led opposition.
In Kerala and Tamil Nadu, the ruling Left mix and the DMK-led opposition alliance respectively have been projected forward of their respective rivals.
Jan Ki Baat exit polls, nevertheless, predicted a robust majority for the BJP in West Bengal, giving it 162-185 seats, towards 104-121 to the ruling TMC.