New Delhi: After the two-month marathon fire fighting, election arena went to poll and the exit poll results were released on the last day of voting. Most of the exit polls predict BJP- led NDA alliance to have won stunning majority. The exit poll results ranging from a below marginal to a stunning majority- 242 to 365 seats- are predicted in the surveys conducted by various Media groups.
Much awaited My Axis- India Today exit poll results highlights, BJP storm to come back with stunning majority around 339 to 369 seats. The exit poll predicts BJP led NDA would maraud seats in Hindi heartlands- Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh- where Congress won the assembly elections in 2018. It was after 15 years Congress returned back to power in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in last assembly election and in Rajasthan it was after 5 years. The survey predicts 77 to 108 seats to Congress and 79 to 111 seats to others.
Times Now survey predicts BJP would cross the magic line with magical majority, 306 votes and 132 seats for Congress and 104 seats for others. Chanakya exit poll holds 350 seats for BJP and 95 for Congress and 27 seats for others. The News nation forecasted BJP to have won 282 to 290 seats and 119 – 126 seats for Congress and 130 to 138 for others. C Voter predicts BJP to have won 287 seats and Congress to have won 128 and 127 for others. India News highlights 287 seats to have won BJP and 128 for Congress and 127 for others. Neta-News X predicts BJP to have won a lowest majority of 242 seats and predicts Congress to be won 164 seats and 136 seats by the others. News -18 predicts 336 seats to have won by BJP and 82 seats for Congress and 24 seats for others. Jan ki Bhat predicts 305 seats for BJP and 124 seats for Congress and 87 seats for others.
The survey conducted by five national Medias predicts BJP would cross the magic line with stunning majority of over 300 seats. Five surveys conducted by other national channels shows the party would get below 300 seats and among them some surveys predicted BJP to have won seats around 242.