C-voter exit polls predicted a clear win for the Aam Aadmi party in Punjab with a comfortable 59 to 67 seats out of the 117 assembly seats in the state. AAP hold the clear win over vote share with Congress projected to win anywhere between 41 to 49 seats according to C-voter exit poll.
Projections for SAD-BJP is between 5 to 13 seats and others are expected to win zero to 3 seats. The mass response to AAP has been spectacular this poll season and Bhagwant Mann may just have reasons to smile if the predictions turn into reality.
|Punjab Exit Poll 2017 - 117 Seats / 50 to win|
|India Today-My Axis India||Chanakya||C-Voter|
|SAD+BJP||04 to 07||09||05 to 13|
|Congress||62 to 71||54||41 to 49|
|AAP||42 to 51||54||59 to 67|
|Others||00 to 02||00||00 to 03|
Tug-of-war between Congress and BJP in Uttarakhand: C-voter
If predictions of C-voter is anything to go by, the stage is set for a neck to neck fight between the BJP and the Congress in Uttarakhand. C-voter has predicted 29 to 35 seats to both parties and 2 to 9 seats to others in the fray. Uttarakhand was a closely contested battle in the previous assembly elections and if the projections are anything t go by, it is going to be a political tug-of-war.
Tough fight but a win for BJP in Goa: C-Voter
The BJP may just have some reason to smile with the C-voter
predicting a win for the BJP in Goa. Despite the entry of AAP and
considerable confidence of the Congress, the BJP is projected to
win anywhere between 15 to 21 seats out of the 40 constituencies in
The Congress that was banking on the anti-incumbency factor to favour it is predicted to get 12 to 18 seats. C-Voter has predicted zero to four votes to the Aam Aadmi party while projections for others stands at 2 to 8.
BJP may win Manipur: C-Voter
BJP is projected to emerge as the single largest party by the C-voter exit poll. BJP is projected to win anywhere between 25 to 31 seats in Manipur. The Congress is expected to win 17 to 23 seats and others including Irom Sharmila's PRJA is projected to win 9 to 15 seats in Manipur.
Manipur recorded high voter turnout despite a blockade and unrest, a clear message that a stable government is what the people wanted. While it was expected to be a tough fight for the Congress to retain its power in the state, C-Voter has projected a win for the BJP.
BJP leads in Uttar Pradesh but can't form government
The BJP may emerge as the single largest party in Uttar Pradesh but may not be able to form the government by itself after all if projections by C-voter is anything to go by. BJP is expected to win anywhere between 155 to 167 seats in Uttar Pradesh out of the 403 assembly constituencies.
The Congress- Samajwadi party alliance is expected to win 135 to 147 seats and BSP is projected to be a distant third with 81 to 93 seats. Other parties and independents are expected to get 8 to 20 seats according to C-voter exit polls. Mayawati's minority appeasement may not have worked as well as the BSP expected it to if the numbers are anything to go by. The BSP undercurrent that referred to time and again seems to have fallen flat with the BJP and SP emerging as the prime contenders. The SP-Congress alliance may have just managed to dent the BJP's performance as expected.