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    Congress to sweep BJP ruled states: Today's Chanakya

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    Bengaluru, Dec 7: Today's Chanakya in its exit poll survey predicted an easy win for Congress in all Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

    Congress to sweep BJP ruled states: Todays Chanakya

    In Chhattisgarh, the Congress to get 50 seats (± 8 seats) and BJP 36 (± 8 seats) Others to get 4 (± 3 seats). As far as vote share is concerned, Congress to make up 42 per cent (± 3%) total votes, BJP 38% (± 3% ) Others 20% ± 3%

    Today's Chanakya exit poll survey gave the Congress a clear majority in Madhya Pradesh. Congress to win 125 seats (± 12), BJP 103 seats (± 12) and Others 2 seats (± 5). Congress 45 per cent (± 3%), BJP 41 per cent ( ± 3%) Others 14 per cent ± 3%

    Also read: Exit polls 2018: Today's Chanakya predicts Congress win in MP, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan

    In another BJP-ruled state Rajasthan,  Congress likely to make a came back with 123 seats (± 12), BJP to get 68 (± 12) and 8 (± 5) for others. Likewise, Vote Share fir Congress is  47 per cent (± 3%),  BJP 37 per cent (± 3%) and  Others 16 per cent (± 3 per cent).

    Counting of votes for all the five assembly states will be held on December 11. BJP leaders, Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Raman Singh seeking a mandate for the fourth term in Madhya Pradesh and tribal-state Chhattisgarh respectively. In Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje Scindia government seeking a mandate for the second consecutive term and for the third term overall.

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