BJP to win in Assam, TMC to retain power in West Bengal: Exit poll survey

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Bengaluru, May 16: As five-state elections in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry came to an end on Monday, May 16, the exit poll surveys projected surprising figures for the battling political parties.

The CNN News 18 showed the exit poll for Assam and West Bengal in one of the biggest popularity test since the Lok Sabha 2014 battle. [Exit Polls 2016]

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ASSAM [Total Seats: 126]

My-Axis India:

BJP- 79 to 93, Congress- 26 to 33, AIUDF- 6 to 10, Others- 1 to 4.

News X Chanakya:

BJP- 90, Congress- 27, AIUDF- 9

Times Now C-Voter:

BJP- 57, Congress- 41, AIUDF- 18, Others- 10

ABP:

BJP- 81, Congress- 33, AIUDF- 10, Others- 2

2011 Vote Share:

Congress- 78 and BJP- 27

WEST BENGAL [Total Seats- 294]

C-Voter survey says Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress is set to retain power.

TMC- 167, Left- 120 +, BJP-4, Others- 13

News X Chanakya:

TMC- 210, Left + Congress- 70, BJP- 14, Others- 0.

2011 seats

TMC-184, Left- 103, BJP- 0, Others- 7

Newsnation:

TMC- 153, Left + Congress- 136 (91+45), BJP-0, Others- 3

ABP Ananda:

TMC- 178 (-6), Left- 110 (+7), BJP1 (-2), Others 5(-1)

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