Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022: After the second and final phase of assembly elections in Gujarat concluded on Monday, exit polls have shown that the BJP will win both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, even though it will be a close fight in the latter state. Are.
The counting of votes will take place on December 8.
According to India Today-AxisMyIndia, AAP is expected to win the Delhi MCD. Gujarat went to polls in two phases on 1 and 5 December, while Himachal polled in a single phase on 12 November. On 4 December, elections were held for the MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi). The BJP has assumed power in Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. The Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party have challenged the BJP’s bid to retain power in the two states and the Delhi civic body (AAP).
The TV9 Gujarati exit poll on Monday showed the BJP could win 125 to 130 seats, while the Congress could win 40 to 50 seats. According to TV9 exit polls, AAP, a new entrant in Gujarat’s political scene, is likely to win three to five seats.
According to Republic exit polls, the BJP looks set to retain power in Himachal Pradesh, but it will be a close contest with the Congress. Republic exit polls showed on Monday that the BJP could win 34 to 39 seats in the state assembly elections, while the Congress could claim 28 to 33 seats.
The P-Mark exit poll has predicted a victory for the BJP in Himachal, with the party likely to get 34 to 39 seats. The Congress, on the other hand, may win 28 to 33 assembly seats, the survey showed.
Meanwhile, Jan Ki Baat exit polls predicted a close contest between the BJP and the Congress for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly. According to Jan Ki Baat exit polls, the BJP can win 32 to 40 seats, while the Congress can claim 27 to 34 seats.
ETG-TNN exit polls predicted a victory for the BJP in the Himachal Pradesh elections, with the saffron party likely to win 38 seats. The Congress, which is in second place, is likely to win 28 seats, according to the ETG-TNN exit poll.
P Marak exit poll shows BJP winning 128 to 148 seats in Gujarat. Congress and BJP are likely to lag in seat share, with the former likely to win 30 to 42 seats, while the latter could claim 2 to 10 seats.
According to the India Today-Axis My India exit polls, the BJP is set to win Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state Gujarat for a record seventh time, while losing Himachal Pradesh.
The Congress is expected to win Himachal Pradesh in a close contest with the BJP, but its performance in Gujarat will not be impressive.
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