Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019 Live Updates: NewsX in association with C-Voter is all set to predict the results for Lok Sabha elections 2019. Today, with the last leg of polling, elections will be concluded for the 17th Lok Sabha. The counting of votes for all 543 seats will be held on May 23, 2019. But before the official announcement of results, political pundits will try their best to predict the exact number of seats, voting percentage for both the government and the opposition. NewsX will on air the Exit poll prediction for each seat of every state, once voting will end for phase seven and the Election Commission of India gives a nod to air the exit polls.
There are many questions like Modi wave is still strong or not, Or people have opted for Rahul Gandhi or any other big leader this time, all the questions will be answered on May 23 when the Election Commission will announce the mandate of 1.25 Billion Indians. Today’s through the exit poll, NewsX will show the latest political trends and mood of the people in the country.
In 2014, the saffron tsunami had submerged the Congress and other political fronts under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Last was held in 9 phases from 7 April 2014 to 12 May 2014 and results were announced on 16 May 2014. BJP had emerged as a single largest party and had achieved an absolute majority with 282 seats out of 543, which was 166 more than the result of 15th Lok Sabha while the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) had won 336 seats.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019 Live Updates:
- According to Today’s Chanakya, the NDA is likely to win 23 seats in Karnataka Lok Sabha, while the UPA is likley to get 4 seats and Others won’t be able to open its account in the state. In Tamil Nadu, the survey predicted, that AIADMK+ expected get 6 seats while the DMK expected to get 31 seats while the Others are likely to win a single seat.
- In Gurdaspur, the survey has predicted that Congress’s Sunil Jakhar is likely to defeat BJP’s Sunny Deol. On the other hand, Congress’ Pawan Kumar Bansal is likely to defeat BJP Kirron Kher.
Constituency by Constituency
Phase State Constituency Party
1 Andaman Andaman BJP
1 Andhra Pradesh Amalapuram YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Anakapalle YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Anantapur YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Araku YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Bapatla TDP
1 Andhra Pradesh Chittoor YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Eluru YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Guntur TDP
1 Andhra Pradesh Hindupur YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Kadapa YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Kakinada YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Kurnool YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Machilipatnam YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Nandyal YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Narasaraopet TDP
1 Andhra Pradesh Narsapuram TDP
1 Andhra Pradesh Nellore YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Ongole YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Rajampet YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Srikakulam TDP
1 Andhra Pradesh Tirupati YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Visakhapatnam YSRCP
1 Andhra Pradesh Vizianagaram YSRCP
1 Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal East INC
1 Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal West BJP
1 Assam Dibrugarh BJP
1 Assam Jorhat INC
1 Assam Kaliabor INC
1 Assam Lakhimpur BJP
1 Assam Tezpur BJP
2 Assam Autonomous District (St) INC
2 Assam Karimganj (Sc) BJP
2 Assam Mangaldoi INC
2 Assam Nowgong BJP
2 Assam Silchar INC
3 Assam Barpeta AGP
3 Assam Dhubri AIUDF
3 Assam Gauhati BJP
3 Assam Kokrajhar BPF
1 Bihar Aurangabad BJP
1 Bihar Gaya JD(U)
1 Bihar Jamui LJP
1 Bihar Nawada RJD
2 Bihar Banka RJD
2 Bihar Bhagalpur RJD
2 Bihar Katihar INC
2 Bihar Kishanganj INC
2 Bihar Purnia JD(U)
3 Bihar Araria RJD
3 Bihar Jhanjharpur JD(U)
3 Bihar Khagaria VIP
3 Bihar Madhepura RJD
3 Bihar Supaul INC
4 Bihar Darbhanga RJD
4 Bihar Samastipur INC
4 Bihar Munger JD(U)
4 Bihar Begusarai BJP
4 Bihar Ujiarpur BJP
5 Bihar Hajipur LJP
5 Bihar Madhubani BJP
5 Bihar Muzaffarpur BJP
5 Bihar Saran RJD
5 Bihar Sitamarhi RJD
6 Bihar Gopalganj JD(U)
6 Bihar Maharajganj RJD
6 Bihar Paschim Champaran BJP
6 Bihar Purvi Champaran RLSP
6 Bihar Sheohar BJP
6 Bihar Siwan JD(U)
6 Bihar Vaishali LJP
6 Bihar Valmiki Nagar JD(U)
7 Bihar Arrah RJD
7 Bihar Buxar BJP
7 Bihar jahanabad JD(U)
7 Bihar Karakat RLSP
7 Bihar Nalanda JD(U)
7 Bihar Pataliputra RJD
7 Bihar Patna Sahib BJP
7 Bihar Sasaram INC
7 Chandigarh Chandigarh INC
1 Chattisgarh Bastar INC
2 Chattisgarh Kanker INC
2 Chattisgarh Mahasamund INC
2 Chattisgarh Rajnandgaon INC
3 Chattisgarh Bilaspur BJP
3 Chattisgarh Durg BJP
3 Chattisgarh Janjgir-Champa BJP
3 Chattisgarh Korba INC
3 Chattisgarh Raigarh INC
3 Chattisgarh Raipur BJP
3 Chattisgarh Sarguja INC
3 Dadra and Nagar Haveli Dadra And Nagar Haveli BJP
3 Daman and Diu Daman And Diu BJP
6 Delhi Chandni Chowk BJP
6 Delhi East Delhi BJP
6 Delhi New Delhi BJP
6 Delhi North East Delhi INC
6 Delhi North West Delhi INC
6 Delhi South Delhi BJP
6 Delhi West Delhi BJP
3 Goa North Goa INC
3 Goa South Goa BJP
3 Gujarat Ahmedabad East BJP
- In Delhi, the NewsX-Neta survey predicts that Aam Aadmi Party will fail to open its account in the capital while the BJP is likely to win 5 Lok Sabha seats while the Congress is likely to win 2 seats.
- Times Now-VMR predicts that the NDA is likely to win 306 seats, the UPA will win 142 seats while Others will win 94 seats. News Nation, too, did not predict something much different as it says the NDA will get 282-290 seats, the Congress will get 118-126 seats while others or the non-alligned will get 130-138 seats.
News agencies or private survey firms usually talk to the people, after they cast their vote, in the different regions of different states and asks about their choice to collects a sample result. The experts can only assume the results on the basis of reach, number and types of question they ask a voter.
- In Bihar, the BJP is in coalition with the JD(U) and LJP while the Congress joined hands with the RJD, RLSP, HAM and VIP.BJP+JD(U)+LJP: 9+9+3
- In Madhya Pradesh, the NewsX-Neta exit polls have predicted that the BJP can avenge its 2018 Assembly election defeat by winning 18 seats. The Congress, on the other hand, can take over 11 seats in the state.
- According to NewsX-Neta Exit poll, the NDA will sweep 242 seats in the Lok Sabha 2019, while the UPA will win 165 and 136 will go to the Others. The NewsX-Neta Exit polls have predicted that the BJP is most likely to win 33 seats in Uttar Pradesh while the Congress can get only 4 seats. Coming to the mahagathbandhan (BSP-SP-RLD), the coalition sweep a total 43 seats in the largest state of the Lok Sabha 2019.
- Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019: State-wise shared by NewsX-Neta
Andhra Pradesh: YSRCP is expected to win most of the seats with 20, TDP to win the remaining 5.
Arunachal: Congress 1. BJP 1
Assam: BJP 6, Congress 5, AGP 1, AIUDF 1, BPF 1
Andaman and Nicobar: 1
Bihar: BJP 9, JDU 9, LJP 3, RJD 11, Congress 5, VIP 1, RSLP 2
Chandigarh: Congress 1
Chhattisgarh: Congress 7, BJP 4
Dadra Nagar Haveli: BJP
Daman Diu: BJP
Delhi: BJP 5, Congress 2
Goa: Congress 1, BJP 1
Gujarat: BJP 21, Congress 5
Haryana: Congress 3, BJP 6, JJP 1
Himachal: BJP 4
Jammu Kashmir: Congress 2, BJP 2, NC 2
Jharkhand: Congress 2, BJP 7, JVM 1, JMM 4
Karnataka: BJP 15, Congress 10, JDS 2, Ind 1
Kerala: Congress 10, CPM 4, BJP 1, RSP 1, Kerala Congress Mani 1, IUML 2, CPI 1
Madhya Pradesh: BJP 18, Congress 11
Maharashtra: NCP 8, BJP 17, Congress 10, Shiv Sena 11, Swabhimani Paksha 1, BVA 1
Manipur: BJP 2
Meghalaya: Congress 1, NPP 1
Odisha: BJD 8, Congress 2, BJP 11
Punjab: Congress 8, SAD 3, BJP 1, AAP 1
Rajasthan: Congress 8, BJP 17
TN: DMK 17, ADMK 8, VCK 2, AMMK 5, PMK 1, DMDK 1, MDMK 1, Congress 3, BJP 1
Telangana: TRS 15, AIMIM 1, Congress 1
Tripura: BJP 2
UP: RLD 1, BSP 22, BJP 33, SP 20, Congress 4
Uttarakhand: BJP 4, Congress 1
West Bengal: BJP 11, Trinamool Congress 29, Congress 2
- C-Voter Republic survey predicts that the NDA will sweep 287 seats while the UPA will win 128seats. On the other hand, the Mahagathbandhan BSP-SP-RLD will get 40 seats. The Others will win 87 seats. The exit polls are directly pointing out that the BJP will come back to power this year.
- According to India News-polstrat exit polls, the NDA will get 298 seats while the others get 126 seats. The UPA, on the other hand, will get 118 seats, according to the survey.
- In the Times Now-VMR Opinion Poll in March, BJP’s Narendra Modi’s BJP-led NDA got 283 seats. Rahul Gandhi’s Congress-led UPA had 135 seats while 125 seats went to Other’s account. Also, it need to be kept in mind, the data is opinion polls and not the exit polls.
- So far, a total of 542 of the 543 constituencies have gone to polls after Income Tax officials seized the cash from a godown that allegedly belonged to DMK leader Poonjolai Srinivasan, a close aide of party treasurer Durai Murugan.
- Soon after the voting will be concluded at around 6 pm, except for NewsX-Neta, several other pollsters including News18-IPSOS, India Today-Axis, Times Now-CNX, Republic Bharat-Jan Ki Baat, Republic-CVoter, ABP-CSDS and Today’s Chanakya will predict what would happen on the day of Lok Sabha elections 2019 results, May 23, 2019.
- The 7-phase Lok Sabha elections 2019 come to an end today with 59 constituencies across the country voted in the last phase of the elections. 53.03% voter turnout recorded till 5 pm: Bihar-46.75%, Himachal Pradesh- 57.43%, Madhya Pradesh-59.75%, Punjab-50.49%, Uttar Pradesh-47.21%, West Bengal- 64.87%, Jharkhand-66.64%, Chandigarh-51.18% in seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2019.
- The last and 7th phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019 are waning to an end in 59 constituencies as you read this. The exit poll projections will begin at 6: 30 pm as mandated by the Election Commission. The exit polls will begin across all channels after 630 pm. NewsX India News has tied up with 3 pollsters: Polstrat, Neta and CVoter. Catch their predictions and other exit poll surveys here.
- Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019: The exit polls results are expected to start from 6: 30 pm. The people across the country are requested to stay tuned as we will keep you updated about the exit polls.
- Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019: According to Election Commission of India’s mandate, the television channels are allowed to telecast the exit polls after half an hour of completion of the seventh phase polling.