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Gujarat and Himachal Election 2022 Exit Poll Updates: Easy victory in Gujarat, close fight in HP for BJP

By Anuj Cariappa
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New Delhi, Dec 05: The exit polls for the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly polls are out on Monday evening, thus revealing the mood of the voters in the two states.

Most pollsters have predicted an easy win for the BJP in Gujarat while the saffron party is having a neck-and-neck fight in Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh voted on November 12 while Gujarat had two-phase poll which was held on December 1 and 5.

Exit Poll Results 2022 Live Updates: Will BJP retain HP and Gujarat?

In Gujarat, the BJP is aiming to set a new record in terms of the number of seats won and the entry of the AAP has made it a triangular fight this time in the state which was traditionally known for its bipolar elections.

In the fiercely fought elections five years ago, the BJP had won 99 seats and its main rival Congress bagged 77 seats.

In Himachal Pradesh, the ruling BJP is hoping for an encore on the back of its development agenda, while the opposition Congress hopes that voters would go by the four-decade-old tradition of voting out incumbents.

Stay tuned for all the LIVE UPDATES here:

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8:55 PM, 5 Dec
Times Now in its exit poll result predicted that AAP will get between 146 and 156 wards in MCD polls. BJP is likely to lose the reins of the Delhi civic bodies to the AAP.
8:49 PM, 5 Dec
In the MCD election 2022, AAP is predicted to win 149-171 seats in the Delhi civic wards, while the BJP is likely to get 69-91 seats. Congress is predicted to bag just three to seven seats in the MCD election 2022, according to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll.
8:42 PM, 5 Dec
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is predicted to win the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls 2022, according to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll results. The exit poll predicted that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to lose the MCD polls this time.
8:04 PM, 5 Dec
What leading exit polls have to say about the outcome of Gujarat polls?
7:24 PM, 5 Dec
What leading exit polls have to say about the outcome of Himachal Pradesh polls?
7:16 PM, 5 Dec
Zee News-BARC poll prediction for Himachal Pradesh
7:08 PM, 5 Dec
According to India Today-Axis My India exit poll, Congress will win 30-40 seats while BJP will be reduced to 24-34 seatsin Himachal Pradesh.
6:58 PM, 5 Dec
Jan Ji Baat-India News Exit Poll Prediction for Himachal Pradesh.
6:52 PM, 5 Dec
News X prediction for Gujarat:
6:49 PM, 5 Dec
BJP to garner 32-40 seats in Himachal Pradesh, as per News X.
6:41 PM, 5 Dec
BJP to win 125 to 130 seats in Gujarat, according to the exit poll results by Tv9 Gujarati.
6:39 PM, 5 Dec
Times Now exit poll results have predicted 45.1% vote share for BJP and 40.9% vote share for Congress.
6:38 PM, 5 Dec
The Republic and P Marq exit poll predicts that Congress will garner 42.9 per cent vote share.
6:37 PM, 5 Dec
BJP will secure 44.8 per cent vote share in Himachal Pradesh, according to The Republic and P Marq exit poll.
6:35 PM, 5 Dec
The Republic and P Marq exit poll predicts BJP's win in Himachal Pradesh.
6:25 PM, 5 Dec
Even as we wait for the exit polls on Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh polls, India Today - Axis My India has predicted AAP to end BJP's 15-year rule in MCD.
6:23 PM, 5 Dec
The exit polls are expected to be out at 6.30 pm.
6:09 PM, 5 Dec
Approx 58.68 % polling recorded till 5 pm in the second phase of Gujarat polls: EC.
5:38 PM, 5 Dec
Meanwhile, 50.51% voter turnout has been recorded till 3 pm in the second phase of Gujarat polls.
5:37 PM, 5 Dec
In 2017, the final voter turnout (for both the phases of elections) was 68.41 per cent.
5:36 PM, 5 Dec
A special drive had been carried out by the office of the state Chief Electoral Officer P Bharathi to encourage voters to exercise their franchise.
5:25 PM, 5 Dec
Botad district recorded the lowest average voter turnout of 57.58 per cent. Amreli followed closely with 57.59 per cent turnout. Surat district recorded 62.27 per cent voting and Rajkot 60.45 per cent.
4:47 PM, 5 Dec
District-wise, tribal-dominated Narmada district recorded the highest average turnout of 78.24 per cent, followed by Tapi with 76.91 per cent. Navsari district recorded average 71.06 per cent voting, the EC had said.
4:47 PM, 5 Dec
Fourteen constituencies recorded more than 70 per cent voting.
4:47 PM, 5 Dec
Gandhidham seat in Kutch district recorded the lowest turnout of 47.86 per cent.
4:21 PM, 5 Dec
Dediapada in Narmada district recorded the highest 82.71 per cent voting, followed by Kaprada in Valsad district which had a turnout of 79.57 per cent.
4:08 PM, 5 Dec
Polling for the first phase in 19 districts of Saurashtra, Kutch and south Gujarat was held on December 1. The fate of 788 candidates was sealed in Electronic Voting Machines.
3:20 PM, 5 Dec
The turnout was lower than the 66.75 per cent recorded in the first phase in the same 89 constituencies in the 2017 state elections.
3:12 PM, 5 Dec
As far as the first phase of Gujarat polls are concerned, an average voter turnout of 63.31 per cent was recorded in 89 seats, the Election Commission said.
2:10 PM, 5 Dec
The commission said Chasak Bhatpri, an 83-year-old woman, was among those who cast their vote in the remote Bharmaur constituency in Chamba despite heavy snow. "Bharmour is the farthest in the state being at a distance of 14 km from the nearest road head. Seeing huge response from the voters despite heavy snow," the EC said sharing her picture in snow.
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