The ABP-CSDS has predicted a hung assembly in Uttar Pradesh with the Bharatiya Janata Party emerging as the single largest party.
The exit poll has predicted anywhere between 164-176 seats for the BJP, while the SP-Congress alliance is likely to get between 156-169 seats. The Bahujan Samaj Party is likely to get around 60-72 seats.
|Uttar Pradesh Exits Poll 2017 - 403 Seats / 202 to win|
|India News-MRC||Times Now-VMR||C-Voter||ABP News-Lokniti||Chanakya|
|SP - Congress Alliance||120||110 to 130||135 to 147||156 to 169||88|
|BJP||185||190 to 210||155 to 167||164 to 176||285|
|BSP||90||57 to 74||81 to 93||60 to 72||27|
|Others||08||08||08 to 10||02 to 06||03|
According to ABP-CSDS exit poll, no party is even close to the magic number of 202 in the 403 seats UP assembly. Uttar Pradesh assembly elections are the most talked elections in the country as it has a significant impact on the national politics.
In 2014 Lok Sabha election, the BJP had won 73 seats in UP, which played a major role in Modi becoming PM. It is interesting to note that there were talks of a BJP-BSP alliance during the polls, but Mayawati rejected any such possibility.
The ABP exit poll predicts a win for the BJP in the 70-seat Uttarakhand assembly. It predicts anywhere between 34-42 seats for the BJP in the hill state, while the Congress is likely to get between 23-29 seats. The current government in Uttarakhand is that of the Congress with Harish Rawat as the chief minister.
The exit poll predicts a hung assembly in Punjab with the Congress likely to bag 46-56 seats in Punjab. Punjab assembly has 117 seats. In a a major blow to the SAD-BJP, the alliance is expected to bag just 19-27 seats. The new entrant AAP is likely to bag between 36-46 seats.