Exit polls 2021: BJP gains big in Bengal, Assam, DMK, LDF gain big in TN, Kerala, NDA in Puducherry
New Delhi, Apr 29: The exit polls are just a pre-cursor of what is actually to come. While the counting in the four states and one Union Territory is set to take place on May 2, the exit polls have predicted a win for the LDF in Kerala, the BJP increasing its numbers in West Bengal and the BJP retaining Assam.
For West Bengal, the ETG Research has predicted 164 for the Congress, 105 for the BJP and 10 for Congress-Left alliance.
ABP C-Voter predicted 152 for the TMC, 112 for BJP and 10 for the Left Congress alliance. CNN-News18 said that the TMC will end up with 162, whole the BJP and Congress-Left are likely to bag 15.
Republic TV-CNX in its exit poll predicted 128 for the TMC, 138 for BJP and 11 for the Congress-Left alliance.
The ABP News-CVoter poll said that the TMC would bag 152-164 seats in Bengal while the BJP would end up with 109-121 seats and the Left-Congress alliance will get 14-25 seats.
The Jan Ki Baat exit poll says that the the BJP will win the elections with 174-164 seats while the TMC will bag 112 and Left Congress alliance 6.
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.
In the Presidency out of the 108 seats, the TMC is predicted to win 73 of the 108 seats. The BJP is expected to win in 34 seats, while the Left-Congress would end up with 1.
In the Jalpaiguri region of the 27 seats, the BJP is predicted to win 27. The rest of the parties would end up with none.
The India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicted 175-195 seats for the DMK, followed by the AIADMK with 38-54 seats. The poll also predicted 0-3 seats for the AMMK.
In Assam, the India-Today Axis My India exit poll said that the BJP will end up with 75 while the Congress and others would bag 40 and 1 respectively.
The ABP-CVoter exit polls for Assam said that the NDA would bag 58-71, Congress alliance 53-66, while the others would end up with 0-5.
P-MARQ said that the BJP alliance would get 62-70, while the Congress alliance will bag 56-64 and the others 4-50 seats.
The Republic TV-CNX exit poll projected 74-84 for the BJP alliance and 4-5- for Congress and its allies. Others would end up with 0-4 the exit poll also said.
The India Today- Axis My India exit polls predicts that the LDF led by Pinarayi Vijayan will retain power comfortably.
The exit poll said that the LDF will bag 104-120 seats. The UDF on the other hand which the Congress is part of will bag 2036 seats. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is an MP from Wayanad, Kerala.
The Republic-CNX exit poll said that the LDF would bag 72-80 seats, while the UDF will end up with 58-64. The NDA on the other hand will bag 1-5 seats, the exit poll also said.
In the case of Tamil Nadu, the AIADMK alliance is expected to win 58 to 68 according to Republic TV-CNX. The exit poll said that the DMK would win 16-170 while the AMMK alliance will end up with 4 to 6.
P-Marq said in its exit poll for Tamil Nadu that the AIADMK alliance will end up with 40-65 while the DMK alliance will bag 165-190, while the AMMK alliance will end up with 1-3 seats.
The ABP-CVoter exit poll predicted 19-23 for the NDA followed by the Congress with 6-10 seats. Others would end up with 1-2 the exit poll said.
Republic CNX Exit Poll for Puducherry said that the NDA will win 16-20 seats, followed by the Congress with 11-13 seats