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On Thursday, exit poll results were released for the assembly elections in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and West Bengal. While the first three states and the Union territory were predicted to win, pollsters predicted a cliffhanger in West Bengal, where Mamata Banerjee is seeking a third term as chief minister and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is confident of winning a majority of more than 200 seats.
The BJP is expected to win 134-160 seats in Bengal, according to India Today-My Axis India, while Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress (TMC) is expected to come in second with 130-156 seats. The TMC is expected to win a clear majority according to the ABP C Voter exit poll. According to the report, the ruling party is expected to win 152-164 seats, while the opposition BJP is expected to win 109-121. The BJP was expected to win 138-148 seats, while the TMC would win 128-138 seats, according to Republic CNX predictions. TMC will win a clear majority, according to TV9-Polstrat and News 24 Today’s Chanakya.
According to pollsters, the BJP is poised to reclaim power in Assam, with the Congress trailing in second place. While ABP C Voter and TV9 Polstrat predict a tight race between the two parties, with the BJP taking the lead, others, such as India Today-My Axis India, Republic CNX, and News 24 Today’s Chanakya, believe the BJP will win far more seats than the Congress.
Exit polls predict that the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) coalition will sweep the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, while the ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIDMK) alliance will win between 38 and 85 seats, according to different pollsters.
Only ABP C Voter predicts a Left Democratic Front victory on 71-77 seats and a close victory for the United Democratic Front on 62-68 seats in Kerala. All other pollsters predict that the Democrats will win a landslide victory in the southern state.
In Puducherry, exit polls predicted a clear victory for the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), a first for the Union Territory.
The forecasts are based on responses from voters who were polled outside polling booths after casting their ballots. Exit polls, which are based on the assumption that voters accurately revealed their choices, are frequently inaccurate. The true outcome will only be known after the votes are counted, which is set to take place on May 2 in all four states and UT.