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Exit Poll Results 2021: BJP to retain Assam, DMK in TN, LDF to win in Kerala and Puducherry goes to NDA

By Anuj Cariappa
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New Delhi, Apr 29: The exit poll projections for assembly elections 2021 in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Puducherry on Thursday sprung a few surprises, contrary to the polling pattern of the states and how things have been playing out before the elections.

Exit polls forecast a tight contest between the incumbent Trinamool Congress and the BJP in the high-profile West Bengal assembly polls.

In Assam, the BJP is expected to retain power as nearly all pollsters predicted a clear majority for the saffron party in the 126-member Assembly.

In the southern states, the CPM-led LDF is likely to beat anti-incumbency and retain the power in Kerala. In Tamil Nadu, the DMK-Congress alliance is predicted to upstage the ruling AIADMK-BJP alliance in the state.

In Puducherry, the NDA is set to form government in the Union Territory.

Exit Poll Results 2021: Can BJP win Bengal, retain Assam?

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10:49 PM, 29 Apr
Exit polls were, however, divided in their forecast for the West Bengal polls, where the BJP ran a high-octane campaign in its bid to capture power in the state for the first time by ending Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee''s 10-year old reign.
10:49 PM, 29 Apr
The exit poll numbers were largely a setback for the Congress, which while falling short in Assam and Kerala may also lose its government in the union territory of Puducherry to the opposition alliance of AINRC-BJP-AIADMK.
10:49 PM, 29 Apr
Exit polls on Thursday forecast a tight contest between the incumbent Trinamool Congress and the BJP in the high-profile West Bengal assembly polls and put the saffron combine ahead in Assam, while projecting a win for the ruling Left alliance in Kerala and for the DMK-led opposition in Tamil Nadu.
10:49 PM, 29 Apr
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan may defy the norm in his state of the two main alliances alternating in power by leading the CPI(M)-led alliance to another spell in power, going by various exit polls.
10:46 PM, 29 Apr
Tamil Nadu
Thathi TV:
DMK + 133 and AIADMK + 68
10:44 PM, 29 Apr
Puducherry
Thathi TV
NRC+BJP = 23-27 and Cong+DMK = 3-7.
10:42 PM, 29 Apr
Tamil Nadu
Thanthi TV forecast for Kanniyakumari LS bypoll
Congress candidate Vijay Vasanth likely to beat BJP Candidate Pon Radhakrishnan
10:42 PM, 29 Apr
Kerala
Kairali News- CES poll
LDF- 84-96, UDF- 44-56 and NDA- 0- 2.
9:48 PM, 29 Apr
Kerala
Kerala does not generally vote for the incumbent government, but in a departure from that, the LDF is likely to come to power for the consecutive term.
9:47 PM, 29 Apr
According to Axis My India polls, anything is possible in West Bengal State Assembly Elections 2021. It could potentially have a hung assembly. This is the first election in the state which is leading to a neck-to-neck battle. It is also possible that either TMC or BJP could narrowly cross the majority line. Congress and the Left are predicted to draw a blank.
9:39 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
Jalpaiguri region
India Today Axis My India predicts BJP to win all 27 seats in Jalpaiguri region of West Bengal. TMC is predicted to draw zero seats here.
9:39 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
Burdhwan Region
India Today -Axis My India predicts TMC to win 18 seats in Burdhwan Region, BJP to win 36 seats.
9:38 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
Medinipur Region
India Today -Axis My India predicts TMC to win 21 seats in Medinipur region, BJP to win 34 seats. Others are predicted to pick up 1 seat.
9:32 PM, 29 Apr
Assam
BJP set to retain power in Assam
9:28 PM, 29 Apr
Tamil Nadu
The DMK-Congress alliance is predicted to upstage the ruling AIADMK-BJP alliance in the state.
9:26 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
The India Today-Axis My India exit poll 2021 has predicted that the BJP will have an edge in the West Bengal elections. It has predicted 130-156 seats for the ruling TMC. In the case of the BJP, the exit poll said that the BJP would end up with 134 to 160 seats. However in the case of the Left-Congress alliance, the exit poll predicted only 0-2. In terms of vote share, the TMC would bag 44 per cent while the BJP will end up with 43 per cent, the exit poll says.
9:17 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
The India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicts 74 seats (46 per cent) for the Trinamool Congress in the Presidency, followed by BJP with 34 seats (41 per cent) and 1 seat for the Left-Congress alliance with 10 per cent of the vote share.
9:16 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
The Jan Ki Baat exit poll is predicting a BJP victory in the West Bengal assembly elections. The exit poll predicts that the BJP will stake claim to 150-162 of 294 seats, followed by the TMC with 118-134 and the Left-Congress alliance with 10-14 assembly seats.
9:03 PM, 29 Apr
Puducherry
India Today-Axis My India has projected 20-24 seats for the alliance of All India N.R. Congress and BJP out of 30 assembly seats. Congress-led alliance is projected to win 6-10 seats.
9:01 PM, 29 Apr
Assam
The Axis My India prediction showed BJP in the state has been favoured by women voters.
8:43 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
India Ahead-PMarq
The India Ahead-PMarq polls gave Trinamool Congress 152-172 seats while the BJP was predicted to win 112-132 seats. The Congress-Left coalition could win 10-20 seats.
8:42 PM, 29 Apr
West Bengal
Hung Assembly in West Bengal?
The CNX exit polls point to the possibility of a hung assembly with the Trinamool Congress predicted to get 128-138. If the Congress and the Left, with 11-21 seats, decide to support Trinamool, it could cross the 148-mark.
8:39 PM, 29 Apr
Tamil Nadu
M K Stalin is the more preferred Chief Ministerial candidate for Tamil Nadu, the India Today-Axis My India exit poll said. The exit poll said that 46 per cent prefer M K Stalin as the next Chief Minister, followed by E Palaniswami at 34 per cent. Kamal Hassan on the other hand is preferred just by 4 per cent.
8:24 PM, 29 Apr
Puducherry
ABP-C Voter
NDA: 19-23, SDA: 6-10, Others: 1-2,
8:18 PM, 29 Apr
Puducherry
Republic-CNX voter survey predicts victory for BJP-led NDA in the 30 seat Puducherry Assembly with 16-20 seats, with the Congress-led SDA coming second with 11-13 seats. The majority mark in the Assembly is 16.
8:05 PM, 29 Apr
Assam
P-MARQ
BJP alliance-62-70, Cong alliance-56-64, Others-0-4,
8:02 PM, 29 Apr
Assam
Aaj Tak-Axis: BJP+ 75-85, Congress+ 40-50
7:59 PM, 29 Apr
According to Republic-CNX exit poll, DMK and allies are going to win 165 seats, while the AIADMK is predicted to win 62 seats.
7:52 PM, 29 Apr
Assam
The Politique Marquer (P-Marq) exit poll says the grand alliance might win 56-64 seats. The BJP is likely to get 62-70 seats, it says. The Manorama News-VMR exit poll also predicted the same numbers of seats for the ruling and opposition alliances.
7:50 PM, 29 Apr
Tamil Nadu
Today's Chanakya-News24
AIADMK+ 57 ± 11 Seats, DMK+ 175 ± 11 Seats, Others 2 ± 4 Seats.
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