New Delhi: As the political battle for power in Kerala, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Assam drew to a close after the last vote was casted in the final phase of the Assembly Elections on Monday, NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll gave a clear indication of how the voters casted their ballot for the ultimate show of power in the four states.
NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll data from Assam suggests the state may see a major swing of fortunes for the BJP and the party may finally take the mantle of governance from the Congress with the BJP projected to win 90 (+/- 9) seats. NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll results show that 70% of the respondents sought a change in the current regime. Congress is projected to bag 27 (+/- 7) seats.
Mamata Banerjee’s governance seems to be working in West Bengal and the TMC chief looks all set to retain power in the state as 60% of the respondents did not want a change in the current government. The NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll data on West Bengal Assembly elections suggests 210 (+/ – 14) seats for Trinamool. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) however, seems to be not making the desired impact in the state despite aggressive campaigning and the survey gives 14 (+/ – 5) seats to the party. The Left-Congress alliance in the state has been predicted to win 70 (+/- 9) seats in the state.
NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll data on Kerala projects that the Congress might not be able to retain power in the state with the Left Democratic Front (LDF) being predicted as the winner with 75 (+ / – 9) seats in a House of 140. The poll data further suggests that the United Democratic Front (UDF) will perhaps get only 57 (+/- 9) seats. The BJP is predicted to get 8 (+/ – 4) seats in the southern state.
NewsX-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll survey for the recently concluded Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections gives an indication of a victory for the alliance of Congress with its old UPA partner DMK with 140 (+/ – 11) seats. Data suggests that the Jayalalithaa-led AIADMK is on its way out of power in the state, bagging 90 (+/ – 9) seats in the 234-strong Assembly.