Exit Polls: BJP Sweep Predicted In Gujarat, Too Close To Call In Himachal; AAP Win Likely In MCD Elections

Gujarat, Himachal Exit Polls Live Updates: Exit polls will indicate which party is likely to form a majority in the respective constituencies and assembly seats

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Last Updated: December 05, 2022, 23:02 IST

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Exit Polls: According to predictions by pollsters on Monday, a clear majority can be foreseen for BJP in both Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Elections. In Gujarat, BJP can secure 117 to 140 seats according to Jan ki Baat, while in Himachal Pradesh, BJP can secure 34 to 39 seats, as per P-Marq. However, the Chanakya Survey predicted HP might be looking at a hung assembly as both BJP and Congress might secure 33 seats each.

On Monday evening, elections for the 182-member Gujarat assembly will come to an end as voting for the second phase will conclude. The results of exit polls will be shown after 6.30 pm Read More

Dec 05, 2022 21:54 IST

Exit Polls Predict Big Majority for BJP in Gujarat, Edge in Himachal Pradesh

Exit polls on Monday predicted a big majority for the BJP in Gujarat while most of them gave an edge to it in Himachal Pradesh, indicating re-election of the ruling party in both states. However, two exit polls showed a dead heat between the BJP and the Congress in Himachal Pradesh where results could go either way.

Dec 05, 2022 21:52 IST

Cong Alleges PM Violated Model Code by Taking Out 'roadshow' During Polling in Gujarat

The Congress on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of violating the model code by taking out a “roadshow” before casting his vote in the second phase of polling in Gujarat and claimed that the Election Commission is “afraid” to act. Congress head of media and publicity Pawan Khera alleged inaction on the part of the Election Commission on its complaints over the last several weeks and said the party is deliberating on taking necessary legal measures on the issue.

Dec 05, 2022 21:20 IST

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey and Others | Gujarat

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey and Others | Gujarat
Gujarat Exit Poll Results (News18)
Dec 05, 2022 21:19 IST

Close Fight With Congress, But BJP May Keep Its Flag Flying

Dec 05, 2022 21:17 IST

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey and Others | Himachal Pradesh

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey and Others | Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh Exit Polls (News18)
Dec 05, 2022 21:14 IST

BJP Scripting New History in Gujarat: State Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi

Amid the ongoing exit polls predicting results of Gujarat assembly elections, state Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi said, “BJP along with the people of Gujarat is scripting new history. The people of Gujarat have fought the elections more than the BJP.” Talking to news agency ANI, Sanghvi further said, “Our party, BJP, will further expedite the development in the state.”

Dec 05, 2022 20:50 IST

Exit Polls Indicate Winds of Change Ran Out of Breath in Gujarat, BJP Sweep Expected | READ

The buzz of “parivartan” (change) about the Gujarat assembly elections that was reverberating in many places outside the state seems to have escaped the voters here, if exit polls are any indication. The BJP will win its seventh successive term in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state, they predicted on Monday. READ MORE

Dec 05, 2022 20:30 IST

'Shocking' to See AAP in Double Digits in Gujarat: OpIndia Editor

Dec 05, 2022 20:16 IST

'We Are Confident About Winning in Himachal Pradesh': Congress

Dec 05, 2022 20:14 IST

128 to 140 Seats Likely for BJP in Gujarat: C Voter Survey

128 to 140 Seats Likely for BJP in Gujarat: C Voter Survey
C-Voter Survey Results (Source: News18)
Dec 05, 2022 20:01 IST

Himachal Pradesh Looking at Hung Assembly With Both BJP, Congress Securing 33 Seats: Chanakya Survey

According to Chanakya Survey, Himachal Pradesh assembly elections might end up in cliffhanger as both BJP and Congress might secure 33 seats each. The minimum requirement for forming a government in the state is 35 seats. The state will see a tight fight, the pollster said.

Dec 05, 2022 19:55 IST

BJP May Retain Power in Himachal Pradesh With Reduced Majority, Says India TV-Matrize

BJP May Retain Power in Himachal Pradesh With Reduced Majority, Says India TV-Matrize
India TV-Matrize Poll Prediction (Source: News18)
Dec 05, 2022 19:49 IST

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey Pollsters

Consolidated Poll Predictions By Jan Ki Baat, P-Marq, ETG, TV9 Survey Pollsters
Pollster Predictions (Source: News18)
Dec 05, 2022 19:44 IST

India Today-Axis My India Predicts Marginal Win for Congress in Himachal Pradesh Against BJP

According to India Today-Axis My India, Congress might just be able to form a majority in Himachal Pradesh with 30 to 40 seats. However, the exit poll also predicted 24 to 34 seats for BJP, not so far away from the minimum requirement. The minimum seat requirement for a government to be formed in HP is 35.

Dec 05, 2022 19:41 IST

ETG Breaches 131-Mark in Terms of Seats for BJP in Gujarat, 41 for Congress

Pollster ETG has predicted the 131-mark for BJP in Gujarat, while seats are predicted for Congress in Gujarat. This is in line with other pollsters like Jan Ki Baat and P-Marq that also predicted a comfortable win for BJP.

Dec 05, 2022 19:27 IST

Don't Think Anybody Took Us Seriously in Himachal Pradesh: AAP Spokesperson Brijesh Kalappa

Dec 05, 2022 19:25 IST

NewsX and P-Marq Exit Polls Predict Cliffhanger Between BJP, Congress in Himachal Pradesh

According to pollsters NewsX and P-Marq, Himchal Pradesh assembly election results might see a cliffhanger between BJP and Congress. NewsX predicted 32 to 40 seats for BJP and 27 to 34 seats for Congress in the state. Meanwhile, P-Marq predicted 34 to 39 seats for BJP and 27 to 33 seats for Congress. Despite so, several other pollsters seem to believe BJP will retain power in the state with a comfortable majority.

Dec 05, 2022 19:18 IST

A Look At Exit Poll Predictions By ETG, P-Marq, Jan Ki Baat, TV9, Zee and More

Several pollsters like ETG, P-Marq, Jan Ki Baat, TV9, Zee and others have predicted a clean sweep for BJP in Gujarat, with some predicting the same in Himachal as well, while others predicting a cliffhanger in the hilly state. POLL PREDICTIONS

Dec 05, 2022 19:16 IST

Delhi MCD Polls: India Today-Axis Predicts Clean Sweep For AAP With 149-171 Seats

The India Today-Axis Exit Poll predict a clean sweep for AAP in Delhi civic polls, with the Arvind Kejriwal-led party likely to win 149 to 171 wards. As per the exit polls, the BJP looks set to win on 69 to 91 wards. The Congress will likely win three to seven wards, while other political parties may win five to nine wards.

Dec 05, 2022 19:07 IST

TV9 Survey, P-Marq Predicts Over 125 Seats for BJP in Gujarat

Exit polls conducted by TV9 and P-Marq have predicted a comfortable win for BJP. The former thinks BJP will secure 125 to 130 seats in the state, while the latter thinks the party will secure 128 to 148 seats in the state.

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Exit polls will predict which party is likely to form a majority in the respective constituencies and assembly seats. Although not completely accurate, exit polls give a general overview of who the people are siding with.

GUJARAT ASSEMBLY ELECTION

Voting began at 8 am across 14,975 polling stations in Gujarat for the second phase, on 93 seats spread across 14 districts. As many as 833 candidates were in the fray and a three-way contest between BJP, AAP, and Congress was witnessed.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, Aam Aadmi Party’s chief ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi and Leader of Opposition in the state assembly Sukhram Rathva were among those who cast votes.

In the 2017 assembly polls, the ruling BJP won 51 of these seats, Congress 39, while three seats went to independent candidates.

HIMACHAL PRADESH ASSEMBLY ELECTION

In a single-phase contest, election to the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly concluded on November 12. People in Himachal cast their votes to elect 68 members of the Legislative Assembly. The votes will be counted and the results will be declared on December 8.

Shimla in Himachal Pradesh recorded the lowest turnout in the state at 62.53 per cent, 13 percentage points less than the state average of 75.6 per cent.

DELHI MCD POLLS

Polling for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) took place in the national capital on Sunday, December 4. As many as 1.45 crore people were eligible to cast their votes and choose from 1,349 candidates.

According to the state Election Commission, the voter turnout for the election was 50 per cent. The voter turnout was less compared to the last two elections The votes to choose 250 councillors of the MCD will be counted on December 7.

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