Exit Poll 2017: BJP will win big in Uttarakhand but lose in Punjab, predicts NewsX-MRC

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NewsX-MRC predicts big win for BJP in Uttarakhand

The predictions for Punjab may not be as expected for the BJP but NewsX-MRC's predictions for Uttarakhand will put a smile on the party's face. Predictions indicate that the BJP will win a comfortable 38 seats out of the total 70 seats in Uttarakhand assembly elections.

The incumbent Congress government is expected to win 30 seats while prediction for others stands at 2 seats. It may be recalled that the Congress had won just one seat more than the BJP in the 2012 assembly elections.

BJP will be single largest party, predicts NewsX-MRC

The NewsX-MRC exit polls predicted a win for the BJP in Goa but not with a majority that it would need to form the government. The exit poll predicted a win in 15 seats for the BJP while it said that the Congress would win 15 seats. Debutant Aam Aadmi party is predicted to get 7 seats while BJP ally MAG is predicted to win 2 seats.

BJP will be single largest party Goa
Goa Exit Poll 2017 - 40 Seats / 21 to win
  C-Voter MRC-NewsX India Today-My Axis India India News-MRC
BJP 15 to 21 15 18 to 22 15
Congress 12 to 18 10 09 to13 10
AAP 00 to 04 07 00 to 02 07
Others 02 to 08 00 04 to 09 08

The exit poll predicted that other parties including independent candidates are expected to win about 6 seats with vote share larger than the MAG. While BJP will hold the largest vote share, it may fall short of number to form the government according to the numbers presented by MRC.

NewsX-MRC predicts a tie between AAP and Congress in Punjab

The fight is truly between the Aam Aadmi party and the Congress in Punjab with NewsX-MRC exit poll predicting a tie between the two parties in Punjab.

The poll predicted 55 seats each to Congress and AAP in Punjab. The incumbent BJP-SAD coalition is predicted to get only about 7 seats while no other parties or independents are expected to win any seats.

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