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Thumping Win Likely For BJP In MP, Rajasthan And Chhattisgarh Expect Close Edge

Based on a strong mandate for four-time Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the BJP is poised for victory in Madhya Pradesh, according to an exit poll conducted by India Today and Axis My India. However, the exit poll indicates that Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan are set for a close contest, with the ruling Congress holding a modest advantage over the BJP in both states.

In Telangana, four exit polls point to the Congress leading the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), which is led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Based on an exit poll conducted by India Today and Axis My India, the Opposition Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM), an alliance of six parties, is emerging as the unexpected hero in Mizoram, decimating the Mizo National Front (MNF) led by Chief Minister Zoramthanga.

The Congress and the BJP are expected to fight it out in the Chhattisgarh poll, which could result in a hung Assembly. The Congress is projected to win 40–50 seats in the 90-member Assembly, while the BJP is expected to win 36–46 seats, according to the India Today–Axis My India exit poll.

The poll predicts that the BJP will receive 41% of the vote, and the Congress will receive 42%.

According to the exit poll, the BJP would pick up 26 seats while the ruling Congress will lose 23, as compared to the 2018 Assembly elections in the state. The Congress had formed the government in 2018 after securing a landslide victory with 68 seats against the BJP’s 15 seats.

With 31% of respondents choosing Congressman Bhupesh Baghel as their choice for the position, he remains the most popular candidate. According to a poll by India Today and Axis My India, 21% of voters ranked former chief minister and BJP MP Raman Singh as their second pick.

The results of six additional exit polls revealed a close race between the Congress and the BJP. However, according to the C-Voter exit poll, the BJP is expected to win more seats than the Congress. The poll predicts that the Congress will win 36–48 seats, while the BJP will win 41–53 seats.

The BJP may win 40 seats, while the Congress is expected to win 48, according to the median of the six exit polls.

The India Today-Axis My India exit poll indicates that the race in Rajasthan is also close but with a tiny advantage for the Congress. The BJP may receive 80–100 seats, while the Congress is expected to win anywhere from 86–106 of the 199 seats where voting took place.

Rajasthan could potentially have a hung legislature since the BJP has 90 seats and the Congress has 96.

Predictions state that the BJP will receive 41% of the vote, and the Congress will receive 42%. According to the exit poll, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will receive 2% of the votes for the remaining seats, while other independent candidates will receive 15%.

Despite a “revolving door” pattern in the state, 32 percent of respondents to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll chose Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot as their top choice for the position. Twenty-one percent thought Gehlot would be a better candidate than someone from the BJP.

The BJP is predicted to perform better than the Congress in three more exit polls. According to the Matrize exit poll, the Congress might receive 65–75 seats, while the BJP could win as many as 115–130 seats.

The BJP secured 104 seats in the state, while the Congress secured 87 seats, according to the pooled median of five exit polls.

Based on the India Today-Axis My India exit poll, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to secure 140–162 seats in the 230-member Assembly, indicating a resounding victory. At 68–90 seats, the Congress is anticipated to be far behind.

The Congress is projected to have 76 seats, and the BJP to have 152.

As the BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan was chosen as the next chief minister, 36% of respondents seemed to have overcome anti-incumbency sentiment. According to the India Today-Axis My India exit survey, former chief minister Kamal Nath of the Congress is chosen by 30% of respondents, placing him in second place.

A BJP victory in the state was also anticipated by several exit polls. However, the Polstrat survey projected the Congress to have a slight edge over the BJP.

The BJP is predicted to win 130 seats, while the Congress is predicted to win 98 seats, based on data from the five exit polls.

64 percent of voters cast ballots in the single phase of the 119-Telangana Assembly election on Thursday. Four exit polls indicate that, after the Bharat Rashtra Samithi ruled the state for nine years from its founding, the Congress might be ahead of the BRS this time.

The party will probably get 61 seats in the Congress, according to the median of the predicted number of seats gathered from four exit polls. It is predicted that the KCR-led BRS will gain 46 seats.

The median of the four exit polls indicates that the BJP, which ran a vigorous campaign in the state, is likely to win just seven seats.

The exit polls that were taken into account for the predicted outcome were Today’s Chanakya, Polstrat, Jan ki Baat, and Matrize.

According to the India Today-Axis exit poll, the Zoram People’s Movement is expected to secure a significant victory in Mizoram, securing 28–35 seats in the 40-member Assembly.

According to the poll, the Mizo National Front (MNF), which is currently in power in the state, is unlikely to gain more than three or seven seats.

Still, the ZPM’s chances of winning a majority of seats are substantially lower, at 22, according to the median of three exit polls, including the Axis My India outcome.

However, based on the median of the four exit polls, the ruling MNF is predicted to win 12 seats. It’s possible for the BJP to win one seat and the Congress to win five seats.

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