After an intense election battle fought over 38 days, polling for 542 Lok Sabha constituency seats concluded today on May 19. The Polling for the national election was scheduled in seven phases, with the end of the seventh phase of polling.
Here we have various national pollsters — India Today-Axis, Times Now-CNX, Today's Chanakya, News18-IPSOS, Republic Bharat-Jan Ki Baat, Republic-Cvoter exit polls before the final results announced by the Election Commission on 23 May.
India Today-Axis: According to India Today-Axis BJP will manage to get 255-265 Lok Sabha seats. While NDA will be able to mark NDA 315+ Lok Sabha seats. Hence, the survey predicts a comeback of the NDA government at the Centre.
News18 IPSOS: According to News1 exit polls it has predicted 292 to t312 seats out of the 483 seats that went to polls in the first six phases. While, he grand old party predicted to be reduced to a tally of 32-37 Lok Sabha seats in the first six phases.
According to the exit poll survey, BJP is expected to bag seats between 242 and 252, while the allies may secure 50 to 60 seats. The survey predicts NDA might repeat 2014 poll numbers. While UPA allies are predicted to get another 30-35 seats, for the total UPA tally to be around 62-72 seats, based on the surveys. SP-BSP gathbandhan will fail to make a mark in Uttar Pradesh.
|Poll of Polls||NDA||UPA||Others|
|Jan Ki Baat||305||124||113|
The Narendra Modi-led NDA is likely to win a clear majority with 306 Lok Sabha seats while the UPA could get just 132 seats, according to Times Now-VMR exit poll 2019 results. The Times Now exit poll predicts 28 seats for the TMC in West Bengal, 11 for the NDA.
Republic-Jan Ki Baat: The NDA may get 305 seats in their court while the UPA will have 124. according to Republic-Jan Ki Baat exit poll. The SP-BSP combine will manage to mark victory on 26 seats only.
Republic- C Voter: The exit polls have predicted 24 seats for the NDA in Madhya Pradesh and 5 for the UPA.
The Election Commission has announced that exit poll results data can be released from 6.30pm onwards. The EC advisory is also applicable for assembly elections concluded in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim.
The 17th Lok Sabha elections have witnessed a high-voltage war of word in the scorching hot summer. From Mahagathbandhan to seat swap, all tactics were applied by the political parties to ensure their victory. Several incidents of violence were reported from