BJP SP-Congress BSP Others
Uttar Pradesh (403) 185 120 90 08
BJP-Akali Congress AAP Others
Punjab (117) 07 55 55 0
BJP Congress Others
Uttarakhand (70) 38 30 02
BJP Congress AAP Others MAG
Goa (40) 15 10 07 06 02
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As the country awaits the results of high stake Assembly Elections of 5 states -Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur – NewsX-MRC brings you the most accurate and sharpest exit poll with the best minds ahead of the final day of counting on March 11.
The panel led by politics experts includes Barkha Dutt, Senior Journalist; Prof. MD Nalapat, Editorial Director of The Sunday Guardian; Radhika Ramaseshan, Political Editor of Bussiness Standard; Virendra Kapoor, Senior Journalist; Hartosh Singh Bal, Senior Journalist; Ashok Tandon, Senior Journalist; and Zafar Sareshwala, Political Analyst who will analyse every angle and the several factors leading to the split of votes in the five states.
The recent Assembly Elections which have also been termed as the semi-final to the 2019 General Elections by political pundits, saw different political parties putting their best efforts to lure voters mind.
The assembly elections in UP saw a tough fight between the three giants — Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
The election campaign witnessed several political jibes, personal attacks and defined new abbreviation to popular negative terms like ‘SCAM’.
Before the final phase of polling that included UP’s Varanasi, the state witnessed a massive election campaign by PM Modi who stayed there for 3 days and conducted several roadshows, rallies and visited temples for blessings of Gods. Also, no effort was left short by Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi led SP-Congress alliance, who also conducted several rallies in the holy town of Varanasi.
Stakes are also high in a three-way fight between Shiromani-Akali Dal (SAD)-BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab. While, the SAD-BJP led current government is facing the incumbency factor, it’s very hard to predict who will get the throne in Punjab. Will AAP once again stun everyone like they did it in Delhi or it will be a surprise spin for the Congress?