How interesting! This Exit Poll Singing it’s own different song

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How interesting! This Exit Poll Singing own different song
How interesting! This Exit Poll Singing own different song

The political battle for power in India drew to a close after the last vote was cast in the final phase of the General Election. NewsX Neta Exit Polls for general election gave a clear indication of the electoral trends across the country. Conducted by iTV Network’s NewsX, India’s leading English national news channel in association with the Neta App, the Exit Poll results of the NewsX Neta indicate that NDA is projected to win 242 seats, while UPA is expected to win 164 seats, and Other(s) will get 136 seats out of the 542 seats in Lok Sabha seats.

According to the projection, the single largest party, BJP alone will get 202 seats as per NewsX Neta Exit Polls data while Congress will be getting 107 seats.

The results of the NewsX Neta Exit Polls indicate, BJP is getting 05 seats, and Congress will get 02 seats in Delhi. While in West Bengal, TMC will be getting 29 seats, while BJP is getting 11 seats. NewsX Neta Exit Polls results from Uttar Pradesh indicated that SP will be getting 20 seats while BSP will be getting 22 seats. Data also indicated that BJP will be getting 33 seats, while Congress will bag 04 seats in Uttar Pradesh. In Punjab SAD will get 03 seats, Congress will be getting 08 seats, while AAP likely to get 01 seat. In Bihar, JD(U) is getting 09 seats, BJP will get 09 seats while RJD is projected to get 11 seats.

NewsX Neta Exit Polls from southern states indicate, in Tamil Nadu, AIDMK will be getting 08 seats, while DMK will be getting 17 seats. In Maharashtra, BJP will lead the race with 17 seats while BJP’s allies Shiv Sena will be getting 11 seats and Congress will get 10 seats. In Madhya Pradesh, BJP is predicted to get 18 seats while Congress will get 11 seats. In Rajasthan, BJP is getting 17 Seats, while Congress is likely to get 08 seats.

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