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ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls
For Rajasthan, MP, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Telangana Assembly Elections
- Exit Poll predicts clear win for Congress in Rajasthan; Close race in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh; TRS leading in Telangana and MNF in Mizoram
Noida, 7th December, 2018: As the political battle for power in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram drew to a close after the last vote was cast in the final phase of the assembly elections today, India News-Neta Exit Poll gave a clear indication of the electoral trends in the five states.
ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls data from Madhya Pradesh predicts that no party will form government in the state with a clear majority, though Congress has bright prospects in the state after 15 years of BJP rule. The Neta exit poll on India News predicts that Congress will bag 112 seats (+54) and BJP will get 106 seats (-59) and others 12 seats (+5).
The results of the ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls from Chhattisgarh indicate that BJP is slightly ahead of Congress, the Exit Poll indicates that BJP will grab 43 seats (-6) and Congress will get 40 seats (+1) and there are good chances of Dr. Raman Singh pulling it off yet again in the state.
The Exit Poll results of the ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls indicate that, Congress is likely to win in Rajasthan. The Indian National Congress is going to bag 112 seats (-83), the BJP to get 80 seats (+91) and Others will get 07 seats in the state.
ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls on Mizoram, the last congress ruled state in the North East, projects that Mizo National Front (MNF) will form the government with 19 seats. Data indicates that Congress will get 15 seats and others 06 seats.
ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls results from the youngest state of India, Telangana indicates that Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is likely to form the government with 57 seats. Data indicates that BJP will get 06 seats, Congress + TDP will bag 46 seats and AIMIM 10 seats.
Source: ITV-Neta-India News Exit Polls