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Exit Polls 2024: BJP-Led NDA Surges to 400+ Seats in Latest Update!

Top Exit Polls reveals a dominant performance for the BJP-led NDA, with predictions of over 350 seats. Notably, three of these polls forecast the alliance securing more than 400 seats. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc is projected to secure fewer than 200 seats

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BJP-led NDA Dominance: Seven Exit Polls Predict the BJP-led NDA Will Secure 350+ Seats, With Two Exit Polls Suggesting 400+ Seats

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The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) appears to be poised for a sweeping victory according to multiple Post Poll Survey Results by top pollsters in their Exit Polls 2024. According TICE poll of polls Seven major exit polls have projected that the NDA will secure over 350 seats, with two suggesting that the alliance could surpass the 400-seat mark, further solidifying Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stronghold on Indian politics.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Exit Poll Live Update: Top Exit Polls Predictions for Modi

After the final phase of polling for the Lok Sabha Elections 2024, exit polls  reflect a strong confidence in the Modi-led government. Here are the detailed predictions from some of the top exit polls:

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  • India Today Axis My India: Predicts the NDA will win between 361-401 seats, the INDIA bloc will secure 131-166 seats, and Others will get 08-20 seats.
  • Republic Bharat-Matrize: Forecasts the NDA to win 353-368 seats, the INDIA bloc to secure 118-133 seats, and Others 43-48 seats.
  • India News D Dynamics: Projects the NDA to get 371 seats, the INDIA bloc 125-133 seats, and Others 30 seats.
  • Republic Bharat-P Marq: Estimates the NDA to secure 359 seats, the INDIA bloc 154 seats, and Others 30 seats.
  • Jan Ki Baat: Suggests the NDA will win 362-392 seats, the INDIA bloc 141-161 seats, and Others 10-20 seats.
  • News Nation: Anticipates the NDA to get 342-378 seats, the INDIA bloc 153-169 seats.
  • NDTV India - Jan Ki Baat: Indicates the NDA will secure 362-392 seats, the INDIA bloc 141-161 seats, and Others 10-20 seats.
  • News18: Predicts the NDA will win 355-370 seats, the INDIA bloc 125-140 seats, and Others 42-52 seats.

According to the News18 Exit Poll, the Indian National Congress may get only 62-72 seats, highlighting a significant gap between the major parties.

Lok Sabha Exit Poll 2024 Results LIVE: Who Predicted 400+ Seats for BJP-NDA?

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Among the exit polls, two have predicted the NDA securing over 400 seats:

  • India Today Axis My India: Projects 361-401 seats for the NDA.
  • India TV: Suggests the NDA will win 371-401 seats.

Additionally, News24-Todays Chanakya forecasts the NDA winning 400 seats, with the BJP alone securing 335 seats, and the INDIA bloc getting 107 seats, with Congress securing 50 seats.

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Regional Performance: Will BJP Win in Bihar?

The BJP is expected to perform exceptionally well in Bihar, potentially winning 15 seats, according to the exit polls. This regional performance is part of a broader trend showing strong support for the BJP across various states.

Top Leaders' Reactions on Exit Polls 2024

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed confidence in the NDA's re-election, criticizing the INDIA bloc as opportunistic and lacking vision. Conversely, Congress Leader Mallikarjun Kharge has claimed that the INDIA bloc would win over 295 seats and has requested Election Commission oversight during the vote counting process.

History of Exit Polls: Is 'Axis My India Exit Poll' the Most Accurate?

While all TV channels and pollsters claim accuracy, India Today-Axis My India has a track record of reliable predictions. In the 2019 elections, it accurately predicted the NDA winning 339-365 seats and the UPA 77-108 seats.

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Exit Polls in 2019

  • India Today-Axis My India: Predicted 339-365 seats for NDA, UPA 77-108.
  • News24-Today’s Chanakya: Estimated 350 seats for NDA (±14), UPA 95 (±9).
  • News18-IPSOS: Forecasted 336 seats for NDA, 82 for UPA.
  • Times Now-VMR: Projected 306 seats for NDA, 132 for UPA (±3).
  • India TV-CNX: Estimated 300 seats for NDA (±10), UPA 120 (±5).
  • CVoter: Predicted 287 seats for NDA, 128 for UPA.

Most Accurate Exit Polls of India

India Today-Axis My India and Today’s Chanakya were the most accurate in 2019, both predicting over 350 seats for NDA and around 93-95 for UPA. In 2014, exit polls correctly gauged public sentiment, predicting a decisive edge for the BJP-led NDA. However, in 2009 and 2004, exit polls were less accurate, with the 2004 predictions being notably incorrect as they forecasted an NDA win, but the UPA emerged victorious.

These exit polls provide a glimpse into the potential electoral outcomes, highlighting the continuing dominance of the BJP-led NDA under Narendra Modi's leadership.

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  • Jun 02, 2024 13:26 IST
    Assembly Election Results 2024: BJP Secures Majority in Arunachal Pradesh; SKM Eyes Second Term in Sikkim

    As the Assembly Election Results 2024 unfold, the BJP has crossed the majority mark of 31 out of 60 Assembly seats in Arunachal Pradesh by Sunday afternoon. Meanwhile, the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) is vying for a second consecutive term in Sikkim. However, counting is still ongoing in both states. The polling for the 60 assembly seats in Arunachal Pradesh and the 32 assembly seats in Sikkim took place on April 19, concurrently with the first phase of Lok Sabha elections.

    Counting for the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Assemblies is scheduled for June 4, along with the counting of Lok Sabha Elections 2024.

    Arunachal Pradesh

    In Arunachal Pradesh, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) holds an advantage as it has already secured 10 out of the 60 seats in the state uncontested. Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein have also emerged victorious in their respective constituencies.

    During the 2019 Assembly elections, the BJP claimed 41 seats in Arunachal Pradesh. The Janata Dal (United) secured seven, the National People's Party (NPP) five, Congress four, and the Peoples Party of Arunachal (PPA) one. Additionally, two independents emerged victorious. With the exception of one Congress MLA, former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, who remained independent, all others joined the BJP.

    Arunachal Pradesh witnessed a voter turnout of 82.95% in the Assembly Election 2024, slightly higher than the 82.17% recorded in the 2019 Assembly Election.

    Sikkim

    In Sikkim, the ruling Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) faces stiff competition from the Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF). Notably, in November 2023, footballer Bhaichung Bhutia's Hamro Sikkim Party merged with the SDF.

    During the 2019 Assembly elections, the SKM secured 17 seats, while the SDF won 15 seats. Exit polls indicate a favorable outcome for the SKM, projecting their return to power in the state.

    Sikkim registered a voter turnout of 79.88% in the Assembly Election 2024, a slight decrease from the 81.43% recorded in the 2019 Assembly Election.



  • Jun 02, 2024 12:17 IST
    'Will Shave My Head if Modi Becomes PM Again,' Declares AAP's Somnath Bharti

    "I will shave off my head if Mr. Modi becomes PM for the third time. Mark my words! All exit polls will be proven wrong on 4th June, and Modi ji will not become prime minister for the third time," stated AAP's Lok Sabha candidate Somnath Bharti in a post on X.

    He further added, "In Delhi, all seven seats will go to the INDIA Alliance."



  • Jun 02, 2024 12:15 IST
    Punjab Exit Polls Favor INDIA Bloc, Show Significant Gains for BJP

    Continuing its historical trend of favoring opposition parties, Punjab seems poised to award the majority of its seats to the INDIA bloc, according to recent exit polls.

    Nearly all major exit polls also predict substantial gains for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Punjab, marking a notable shift as the party contests all seats independently for the first time since 1996, rather than the usual three seats in alliance with the Shiromani Akali Dal.

    The Axis MyIndia TV Today poll survey projects the BJP winning 2-4 seats, the INDIA bloc securing 7-9 seats, and the AAP capturing 0-2 seats. The News 24 Today’s Chanakya poll estimates four seats each for the BJP and INDIA bloc, with the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) getting two seats, and three seats going to other parties. The News 18 poll survey suggests the INDIA bloc could win 8-10 seats, AAP 0-1 seats, and BJP 2-4 seats, with others receiving 0-1 seats.



  • Jun 02, 2024 12:13 IST
    'Exit Polls Fabricated by BJP Office', Claims Sanjay Singh

    AAP MP Sanjay Singh has criticized the recent exit polls, asserting that they were concocted within the BJP office. He expressed disbelief over the projection that the BJP would secure a 34% vote share in Tamil Nadu and that the AAP would win only 0-2 seats in Punjab. Referring to the 'Janta ka exit poll' figures presented by INDIA alliance leaders at a recent meeting, Singh claimed that they predict an INDIA alliance victory in over 295 seats. He sarcastically remarked that he was surprised the BJP's exit poll projections only granted them 400 seats, suggesting they might as well have inflated the number to 700, aligning with the concept of 'Akhand Bharat'. Singh accused the BJP of significant foul play, stating that the skewed exit poll numbers are an attempt to cover it up.



  • Jun 02, 2024 12:13 IST
    Modi's Agenda For Next 100 Days: 7 Meetings and 4 Key Issues on the Table

    Following exit poll predictions of a massive victory for the BJP across India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set for a busy day with seven scheduled meetings. During these meetings, the Prime Minister will address a range of crucial topics.

    The agenda includes reviewing the aftermath of the recent cyclone in the northeastern states, assessing the nationwide heatwave conditions, and planning for World Environment Day celebrations. Additionally, PM Modi, along with key BJP leaders, will hold a brainstorming session focused on outlining the government's priorities for the first 100 days.



  • Jun 02, 2024 11:56 IST
    Will Madhavi Latha Triumph Over Asaduddin Owaisi? What Do the Exit Polls Indicate?

    Various social media posts and exit polls, such as those from Today's Chanakya, NDTV Poll of Polls, and Elections with TOI, suggest that BJP candidate Madhavi Latha is poised to defeat incumbent Asaduddin Owaisi of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) in the Hyderabad constituency. This anticipated result has sparked a variety of reactions, with some expressing surprise and others celebrating the development. 

    Madhavi Latha



  • Jun 02, 2024 11:45 IST
    Rahul Gandhi Reaches Congress Headquarters in Delhi. What's the Agenda?

    Top Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has reached the Indian National Congress party head office in Delhi. Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge has also arrived at the headquarters.

    According to sources, the top Congress leadership has gathered to deliberate over the exit poll predictions that have shown a massive victory for Narendra Modi-led BJP and NDA allies across India.

    The post-poll surveys have predicted that, for the first time in the history of the BJP, the party will have at least 1-2 Members of Parliament from every state in India.

    Rahul Gandhi

    The exit polls for India's 2024 Lok Sabha elections forecast a substantial win for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA), projecting between 305 and 415 seats in the 543-seat Lok Sabha. Meanwhile, the opposition INDIA bloc is anticipated to capture between 107 and 182 seats. The last phase of voting wrapped up on June 2, 2024, with the official results scheduled to be declared on June 4, 2024. According to the Poll of Polls of Exit Polls 2024, Congress is expected to win only 60-70 seats.

    As per sources, the top Congress leadership, along with Rahul Gandhi, is meeting to discuss the counting day strategy for June 4th. Congress wants to ensure that when EVMs are opened for counting, party members are present and well-prepared to ensure the counting is unbiased.



  • Jun 01, 2024 22:41 IST
    Final Poll Of Polls Data Revealed: Poll of Polls 2024 Highlights

    BJP-led NDA Dominance: Seven exit polls predict the BJP-led NDA will secure 350+ seats, with two exit polls suggesting 400+ seats.

    What Polls Of All Exit Polls 2024 Predictions For Modi 

      • India Today Axis My India: NDA 361-401 seats, India block 131-166 seats, Others 08-20 seats 
      • Republic Bharat-Matrize: NDA 353-368 seats, INDIA bloc 118-133 seats, Others 43-48 seats.
      • India News D Dynamics: NDA 371 seats, INDIA bloc 125-133 seats, Others 30 seats.
      • Republic Bharat-P Marq: NDA 359 seats, INDIA bloc 154 seats, Others 30 seats.
      • Jan Ki Baat: NDA 362-392 seats, INDIA bloc 141-161 seats, Others 10-20 seats.
      • News Nation: NDA 342-378 seats, INDIA bloc 153-169 seats.
      • NDTV India - Jan Ki Baat: NDA 362-392 seats, INDIA bloc 141-161 seats, Others 10-20 seats.
      • News18: NDA 355-370 seats, INDIA bloc 125-140 seats, Others 42-52 seats.

    Individual Party Estimates (News18): BJP 305-315 seats, INC 62-72 seats.

    Higher Projections:

      • India Today Axis My India: NDA 361-401 seats, India block 131-166 seats, Others 08-20 seats 
      • India TV: NDA 371-401 seats, INDIA bloc 109-139 seats, Others 28-38 seats.
      • News24-Todays Chanakya: NDA 400 seats (BJP 335 seats), INDIA bloc 107 seats (Congress 50 seats).
    • Regional Performance: BJP expected to perform well in Bihar, possibly winning 15 seats.

    Top Leaders' Reactions on Exit Polls 

      • Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Confident in NDA's re-election, criticized INDIA bloc as opportunistic and lacking vision.
      • Congress Leader Mallikarjun Kharge: Claimed INDIA bloc would win over 295 seats, requested Election Commission oversight during vote counting.



  • Jun 01, 2024 22:34 IST
    Coimbatore Exit Polls 2024: Tamil Nadu BJP President Annamalai Forecasted to Win

    The BJP is poised to make significant inroads in Tamil Nadu's Lok Sabha elections, with state party president K Annamalai likely to secure a victory in the Coimbatore constituency, according to the News18 Mega Exit Poll released on Saturday.

    The poll predicts that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could win between 1-3 seats in Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, the Congress is expected to secure 8-10 seats, but it is the INDIA bloc ally, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), that is expected to lead the alliance with a predicted 36-39 seats. The opposition AIADMK, however, might face challenges, with exit polls suggesting they may only win 0-2 seats.

    Traditionally seen as a minor player in Tamil Nadu’s political landscape dominated by Dravidian parties, the BJP's fortunes have surged under the leadership of K Annamalai. His assertive and aggressive campaign strategy, particularly his "En Mann, En Makkal" (My Land, My People) padayatra, has garnered significant attention and bolstered the party’s presence. This political journey, which lasted nearly seven months, culminated with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attendance, further boosting the BJP's profile.

    Political analysts attribute Annamalai's rising popularity to his strong criticism of the ruling DMK on various public issues, his assertive demeanor, and his approachable nature, which have resonated with voters seeking an alternative to the DMK and AIADMK.

    Coimbatore, a key constituency in western Tamil Nadu, has been a focal point of this election. Annamalai has faced stiff competition from Dravidian heavyweights and the Tamil nationalist party Naam Tamilar Katchi in a four-way contest, with anti-DMK-Congress votes split among three parties.

    Incumbent MP PR Natarajan of the CPM is facing anti-incumbency sentiments and criticism for being disconnected from his constituents. The DMK's decision to contest in Coimbatore could consolidate anti-AIADMK and anti-BJP votes. However, both BJP and AIADMK have strong support bases in the region, making this a highly competitive race.



  • Jun 01, 2024 22:30 IST
    Hardeep Puri Takes a Jab at Kharge's Statement, Calls it 'Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne'

    BJP leader Hardeep Singh Puri remarked on Mallikarjun Kharge's statement regarding the INDIA alliance's prospects in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Puri said, "Kharge Ji has given a figure today (295 seats for the INDIA alliance in the Lok Sabha elections)… 'Mungerilal ke haseen sapne' (daydreams of Mungerilal). Congress hopes to secure 300 seats while contesting 328 seats. Even if their strike rate is 80%, they still won't reach 300 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 21:58 IST
    BJP Set for Commanding Victory in Odisha: 2024 Exit Polls Update

    Odisha Exit Poll 2024 Update: India Today-Axis My India Forecasts BJP Dominance in Lok Sabha Elections
    The latest Odisha Exit Poll for 2024, conducted by India Today-Axis My India, indicates a significant lead for the BJP in the 21-seat Lok Sabha contest.

    BJP: 18-20 seats
    BJD: 0-2 seats
    Congress+: 0-1 seat



  • Jun 01, 2024 21:54 IST
    BJP Predicted to Sweep Odisha Elections: Exit Polls 2024

    According to Chanakya, exit polls for the 2024 elections in Odisha suggest a landslide victory for the BJP in both the state assembly and Lok Sabha polls. Today's Chanakya, among other polling agencies like Axis My India and IPSOS, predicts a clear sweep for the BJP in the state.

    Odisha witnessed voting for 147 state assembly seats and 21 Lok Sabha seats across four phases, starting from May 13. Over 3.32 crore voters participated in these elections.

    The main contest in Odisha seems to be between the incumbent BJD and the opposition BJP. While the BJD has secured victory in the past five assembly elections and is optimistic about repeating its success, the BJP, led by national vice-president Baijayant Panda, is aggressively vying to break through the stronghold.



  • Jun 01, 2024 21:06 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: Jammu and Kashmir in two minds

    According to the Axis My India Exit Poll, the BJP is projected to win 2 seats of the 5 Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir. The National Congress has a slight edge, and is projected to secure 3 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:38 IST
    Exit Poll Updates: BJP Set for Another Clean Sweep in Himachal Pradesh

    In Himachal Pradesh, the BJP is poised to replicate its 2019 performance, according to the Axis My India Exit Poll 2024. The saffron party, which fielded actor Kangana Ranaut from the Mandi seat, is projected to secure all 4 seats in the hill state.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:37 IST
    Exit Poll Results 2024 LIVE: BJP Expected to Secure 18-23 Seats in Rajasthan

    According to the News18 Mega Exit Poll, BJP is predicted to win 18-23 out of the 25 seats in Rajasthan in the Lok Sabha Election 2024. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc is anticipated to claim 2-7 seats. Additionally, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is forecasted to win from the Kota seat.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:29 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Results: Congress Leads in Punjab

    The India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2024 suggests that out of the 13 seats contested in Punjab, the Congress is projected to secure 7-9 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:27 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: BJP Expected to Secure 6-8 Seats in Haryana

    The India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2024 predicts that the BJP is poised to win 6-8 seats out of 10 in the Lok Sabha from Haryana. The INDIA bloc is projected to secure between 2 to 4 seats in the BJP-ruled state. The survey indicates that regional parties INLD and JJP are unlikely to open their accounts in Haryana.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:23 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: NDA on Track for Overwhelming Victory in Assam

    Assam witnessed voting across three phases, while most other northeastern states conducted voting in single or double phases. According to the News18 Mega Exit Poll, a landslide victory is projected for the BJP-led NDA.

    The survey predicts:

    • 10 to 13 seats for NDA
    • 2 to 5 seats for INDIA bloc
    • 1 seat for others.

    Assam, with 14 Lok Sabha seats, has 11 seats for the general category, while one is reserved for the Scheduled Caste (SC) and two for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:11 IST
    Exit Poll Results 2024 LIVE: NDA Set to Secure 10-13 of 14 Seats in Bihar

    According to the News18 Mega Exit Poll2, the BJP-led NDA is projected to win 10-13 seats out of the 14 surveyed in Bihar. This outcome comes from a total of 40 seats contested in the Lok Sabha election 2024.



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:09 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Live Updates: Recap of Predicted Numbers

    Here's a quick recap of the predicted numbers from various exit polls:

    • Jan Ki Baat: NDA may cross 400 seats
    • Dainik Bhaskar: NDA 285-350; INDIA bloc 145-201; Others 33-49
    • India News-D-Dynamics: NDA 371; INDIA bloc 125; Others 47
    • Jan Ki Baat: NDA 362-392; INDIA bloc 141-161; Others 10-20
    • Republic Bharat-Matrize: NDA 353-368; INDIA bloc 118-133; Others 43-48
    • Republic TV-P MARQ: NDA 359; INDIA bloc 154; Others 30



  • Jun 01, 2024 20:05 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll 2024: BJP Expected to Sweep Delhi

    In the national capital of Delhi, which sends 7 members to the Lok Sabha, the BJP is projected to secure 6-7 seats, delivering a significant setback to the INDIA bloc. The India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll predicts at most one seat for the Congress-AAP combine, with none projected for independents.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:58 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 LIVE: BJP Set to Sweep Gujarat with All 26 Seats

    As per the News18 Mega Exit Poll, BJP is anticipated to secure all 26 seats in Gujarat in the Lok Sabha election 2024.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:53 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll 2024: Congress Poised for Improved Performance in Raj

    The NDA's 2019 clean sweep in Rajasthan is unlikely to be replicated this time. As per the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll, the BJP-led coalition is anticipated to secure between 16 to 19 seats, while the INDIA bloc is projected to win 5-7 seats. Additionally, Independents may secure 1 or more seats.

    In 2019, the BJP clinched 24 of the 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan, with ally Rashtriya Loktantrik Party securing one.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:52 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Live Updates: Potential Setback for BJP Coalition in Maharashtra

    Today's Chanakya BJP+ predicts 33 seats, while Congress+ is expected to secure 15 seats. Times Now suggests BJP may secure 26 seats, while Congress is projected to win 22 seats. 



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:46 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Results LIVE: NDA Poised to Win 32-35 Seats in Maharashtra

    As per the News18 Mega Exit Poll results, the NDA is expected to secure victory on 32-35 seats in Maharashtra. Conversely, the INDIA bloc is anticipated to secure victory on 15-18 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:43 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Live Updates: According to Jan Ki Baat exit polls, BJD is unlikely to retain its stronghold in Odisha

    Exit polls from Jan Ki Baat suggest that in the 2024 elections, BJD is unlikely to retain its stronghold in Odisha, with BJP projected to win 15-18 seats, BJD 3-7 seats, and no seats projected for the INDIA bloc or other parties.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:42 IST
    Exit Polls 2024 Live Updates: NDA Alliance Projected to Secure Over 350 Seats

    The latest exit polls indicate that the NDA alliance is poised to secure more than 350 seats in the upcoming elections. Notably, numerous exit polls suggest significant gains for the BJP in the South and East regions. Some polls even suggest that the BJP is expected to make its debut in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Additionally, in a surprising turn, BJP is shown to be leading ahead of TMC in West Bengal, posing a challenge to Mamata Banerjee's party.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:40 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: INDIA Bloc to See Improved Performance, Increased Vote Share in Jharkhand

    In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls in Jharkhand, the erstwhile UPA secured 2 seats. However, in the current scenario, the INDIA bloc, consisting of the JMM and Congress, is anticipated to enhance its performance. The coalition is projected to secure 41 percent of the vote share, marking an increase of 11 percent from the previous election. Despite this, the BJP-led NDA is still expected to dominate with 50 percent of the votes.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:37 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Updates: BJP Poised for Clean Sweep in Madhya Pradesh

    According to the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll, the BJP is anticipated to maintain its stronghold in the Hindi heartland state of Madhya Pradesh, with a projected victory of 28-29 seats. Conversely, the Congress is not expected to secure any seats in Madhya Pradesh, potentially resulting in a single-seat outcome. 



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:35 IST
    Key Candidates in Uttar Pradesh Elections

    Among the significant contenders in the 2024 polls are:

    • Narendra Modi (BJP, Varanasi)
    • Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirahua’ (BJP, Azamgarh)
    • Dimple Yadav (SP, Mainpuri)
    • Akhilesh Yadav (SP, Kannauj)
    • Rahul Gandhi (Congress, Raebareli)
    • Arun Govil (BJP, Meerut)
    • Hema Malini (BJP, Mathura)
    • Rajnath Singh (BJP, Lucknow)
    • Smriti Irani (BJP, Amethi)

    Other notable candidates include:

    • Maneka Gandhi (BJP, Sultanpur)
    • Ravi Kishan (BJP, Gorakhpur)
    • Afzal Ansari (SP, Ghazipur)
    • KL Sharma (Congress, Amethi)
    • Dharmendra Yadav (SP, Azamgarh)
    • Sakshi Maharaj (BJP, Unnao)



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:34 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Update: Uttar Pradesh Electoral Insights: BJP Expected to Secure 22-25 Seats

    According to the News18 Mega Exit Poll covering the first three phases encompassing 26 seats, Uttar Pradesh is poised to grant the Bharatiya Janata Party 22-25 seats. Meanwhile, the Congress-led Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) is anticipated to clinch three-six seats during the same period. Uttar Pradesh, known for its significant political influence with 80 parliamentarians, conducted elections across seven phases. 



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:31 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Results 2024: BJP Dominance Expected in Chhattisgarh

    In Chhattisgarh, the BJP seems to be gaining momentum. The party is predicted to secure nearly all of the 11 Lok Sabha seats at stake, potentially delivering a significant setback to the Congress.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:28 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll 2024: Neck-and-Neck Competition in Jharkhand

    The India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2024 forecasted an advantage for the NDA in Jharkhand, estimating between 8-10 seats. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc, consisting of the JMM and Congress, is predicted to secure 4-6 seats, setting the stage for a tight race in the state.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:24 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: NDA Seizing Clear Majority in Uttar Pradesh

    NDA Poised to Secure Clear Majority in UP, Projected to Win 22-25 Seats out of 26 Surveyed by News18 Mega Exit Poll.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:21 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 LIVE: News18 Mega Exit Poll suggests a rise in seats for NDA in Telangana

    According to the latest News18 Mega Exit Poll, the NDA is anticipated to gain increased seats in Telangana, securing 7-10 seats, while Congress is expected to claim 5-8 seats and BRS may secure 2-5 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:19 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll 2024: Close Contest in Jharkhand



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:18 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Updates: NDA Leading in Bihar with 29-33 Seats out of 40

    Despite political turmoil in Bihar and Nitish Kumar's frequent changes in stance, the NDA, consisting of the BJP, JD(U), and other regional parties, is anticipated to secure 29-33 out of 40 seats in the state, according to the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2024. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc, led by the RJD and Congress, is expected to claim between 7 to 10 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:13 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 LIVE: BJP Poised for Majority in Andhra Pradesh with 19-22 Seats; YSRCP Expected to Secure 5-8 Constituencies

    According to the News18 Mega Exit Poll predictions, the BJP is likely to secure a majority in Andhra Pradesh with 19-22 seats. Meanwhile, the YSRCP is expected to claim 5-8 seats. The INDIA bloc may not open its account in the state, as indicated by the Exit Poll results.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:12 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Updates: NDA Favored in Bihar with 29-33 of 40 Seats

    Despite the political upheaval in Bihar and Nitish Kumar's frequent shifts in alliances, the NDA, which includes the BJP, JD(U), and other regional parties, is projected to win 29-33 of the 40 seats in the state, according to the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2024. The INDIA bloc, led by the RJD and Congress, is expected to secure between 7 and 10 seats.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:11 IST
    Exit Poll Results 2024 LIVE Updates: News18 Mega Exit Poll Predictions for Kerala

    Parties

    Predicted Seats

    UDF

    15-18

    LDF

    2-5

    NDA

    1-3

    Others

    0



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:08 IST
    Exit Poll Results 2024 LIVE: NDA Poised to Sweep Karnataka; Congress Limited to 3-7 Seats

    The BJP-led NDA is likely to sweep Karnataka, with the News18 Mega Exit Poll predicting 23-26 seats for the alliance. Meanwhile, the Congress is expected to win 3-7 of the total 28 constituency seats in the state.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:07 IST
    Exit Poll 2024 Results - NDA Set to Dominate Karnataka

    According to the News18 survey, the NDA is predicted to sweep Karnataka, with the BJP potentially making its debut in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:04 IST
    LOK SABHA COMPOSITION

    🔹 Total seats: 543
    🔹 Reserved for SCs: 84
    🔹 Reserved for STs: 47
    🔹 General seats: 412



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:03 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Results 2024: BJP Chief JP Nadda's Prediction

    BJP chief JP Nadda expressed confidence that voters will ensure the BJP wins more than 370 seats and the NDA secures over 400 seats in the Lok Sabha polls. "People have voted for a capable, developed, and self-reliant India, while rejecting appeasement, nepotism, and corruption," he stated.



  • Jun 01, 2024 19:01 IST
    Axis My India Exit Poll Results: BJP's Significant Breakthrough in Kerala Expected to Challenge Congress-led UDF

    In Left-dominated Kerala, the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll predicts that the BJP is on course to win 2-3 seats. If these projections hold true on June 4, it would represent a significant breakthrough for the BJP in the southern state.

    The Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) is likely to secure 17-18 seats. Notably, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is contesting from the Wayanad constituency, where he is the incumbent.

    The ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF), led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, is forecast to be a distant third, potentially winning between zero and one seat.



  • Jun 01, 2024 18:59 IST
    Exit Poll 2024: BJP-led NDA Expected to Increase Vote Share in Tamil Nadu

    According to the India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll data, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is projected to increase its vote share in Tamil Nadu to 22 percent, marking a 12 percent gain over 2019. Meanwhile, the INDIA bloc's vote share is expected to decrease by 6 percent, bringing it down to 46 percent.



  • Jun 01, 2024 17:21 IST
    Congress Claims 295+ Seats Just Before 2024 Exit Polls; INC to Participate in Post-Poll Survey Debates

    Indian National Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge claims that the India Alliance will win 295+ seats in the Lok Sabha Elections 2024. This statement comes an hour before the exit polls on various news channels. The Congress party has also decided to participate in the exit poll debates across news organizations. The decision to participate in post-poll survey debates was made after extensive deliberation with alliance partners. Earlier, the Congress had refused to participate in exit poll shows.



  • Jun 01, 2024 16:36 IST
    Exit Polls 2024: High Voter Turnout in Jharkhand, Congress Boycotts as BJP Claims Victory Ahead of Counting Day

    Amid the general public’s great excitement about Exit Polls, the story of voter turnout remains unchanged. As of 3 pm, the overall voter turnout for Phase 7 of polling in the general election across 57 constituencies stands at 49.68 percent. Jharkhand has recorded the highest voter turnout so far at 60.14 percent, with three constituencies currently voting, while Bihar has seen the lowest at 42.95 percent, with eight constituencies voting. Meanwhile, the Congress party has boycotted the exit polls and decided not to send spokespersons to participate in various post-poll survey results discussions. The BJP interprets this as an admission of defeat by Congress and the India Alliance even before authorities open the EVMs for counting on July 4th, 2024.



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