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Times Now exit poll survey predicts 249 seats for NDA, 148 for UPA


New Delhi, May 12: The figures of the post-poll survey of the Lok Sabha election 2014 conducted by the Times Now is being telecasted on Monday, the day the final phase of the general polls was held.

[Read: What NDTV post-poll survey said]

[Read: What CNN-IBN post-poll survey said]

[Read: What C-Voter post-poll survey said]

[Read: What exit polls said (in graph)]

All India: UPA might win 148, NDA likely to win 249 and others parties, 146.

Punjab: Congress likely to win 6 seats (2 less than its 2009 figure), BJP to win 7 (2 more than 2009 figure).

Delhi: AAP unlikely to get any seat. BJP to win 6 seats and Congress 1.

Madhya Pradesh: BJP to get 16 seats, the number of seats the party won in 2009, COngress to get 11 seats, AAP unlikely to win any seat

Uttar Pradesh: BJP to win 52 seats as compared to 6 in 2009 (46 seats more), Congress to get 10 seats. Samajwadi Party to get just 12 seats, BSP to win just 6

Rajasthan: Congress might win 14 seats (6 less than that in 2009), BJP to win 10 seats (6 more than that in 2009) and others, 1

Gujarat: BJP will win 22 out of the 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat (7 more than that in 2009), Congress to win just 4 seats

Maharashtra: Of the 48 seats, Congress-NCP to get 21 (5 seats less than that in 2009), BJP-Sena alliance to get 27 (6 seats more than that in 2009).

Puducherry, Lakshadweep: UPA likey to sweep the 2 UTs and in Andamans, NDA to win.

Kerala: UDF to get 16 seats, LDF 2 and IUML 2. BJP may fail to open account in Kerala.

Tamil Nadu: ADMK likely to get 31 seats, DMK to get 7 seats, Congress might get 1 seat. BJP's rainbow alliance might suffer loss

Karnataka: BJP likely to sweep Karnataka. Of the 28 seats, BJP to win 18 seats, Congress to win 9 (3 seats more than that in 2009) and JDS to win 1 seat.

Telangana: In the soon-to-be state, TRS to emerge as the single largest party. Of the 17 seats, Congress likely to win 4 seats, BJP to win 2, Left to get 2 and TRS to win 9 seats.

Seemandhra: Congress likely to get wiped out with 0 seats. BJP alliance to win 17 seats, Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSRCP to win 8 seats.

West Bengal: Trinamool likely to get 20 seats (1 seat more than 2009 figure), Left Front to get 15 (6 seats more than that in 2009), Congress to get 3 and BJP 2 (4% vote share more than that in 2009).

Jharkhand: Congress may get 6 seats (3 more than its 2009 figure), BJP likely to get 7 seats and JBSP to win one seat.

Bihar: NDA is likely to gain 28 seats in Bihar, 18 more than its 2009 figure. Nitish Kumar's JDU might get 6 seats, 8 less than what it got in 2009. Congress to get 1-2 seats, 3 less than its 2009 figure.

Odisha: BJD to get 23% vote share (gains 6-7% from that in 2009). BJD likely to win 15 seats compared to 14 seats in 2009 in the state. Congress likely to get 5 seats compared to 6 seats it got in 2009

North East region: UPA to get 10 seats and NDA 11 in LS polls

Arunachal Pradesh: Congress and BJP to get one seat each in the state

Assam: The exit poll survey says that the BJP will win 8 out of 14 seats compared to 4 seats in 2009 in Assam. Congress to get 5

The Assam CM Tarun Gogoi said he's quite confident that Congress will get about 8 seats in the state. He'd earlier said that if Congress gets less than 7 seats he would resign as CM.

(Read: CNN-BN Exit Poll results)

(Read: C-Voter survey)

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