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Gujarat Election Exit Poll 2022: Gujarat is now eagerly awaiting the results of the crucial assembly elections, which were held in two phases. The second phase of voting took place on Monday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his mother Heeraben Modi, and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, along with his family, voting in their home state. The BJP has ruled the state for nearly 27 years, and the party is now preparing to begin its seventh term, confident that it will be easy and that it will win big.

According to TV9 exit polls, the BJP is expected to win 125 to 130 seats. The Congress is expected to win 40 to 50 seats, while the AAP is expected to win 3 to 5 seats.

The BJP, which has ruled the state for the past 27 years, is seeking a seventh consecutive term. If it is successful, it will equal the record of the Left Front government in West Bengal, which ruled for seven consecutive terms until 2011.


The second and final phase of voting in Gujarat concluded today, effectively ending the assembly elections in two states: Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat. While the votes will be counted on December 8, all eyes are now on the exit polls.

According to an exit poll conducted by NDTV, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to win 155 of the 250 wards in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) election.

According to an exit poll conducted by Aaj Tak, the AAP may win 149-171 wards. According to a new Times Now exit poll, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s party will win between 146 and 156 wards.

MCD poll of exit poll 2022:

According to an exit poll conducted by Aaj Tak, the AAP may win 149-171 wards. Another exit poll conducted by Times Now indicates that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s party will win between 146 and 156 wards.

Aaj Tak predicts the BJP will win 69-91 wards, while Times Now predicts the BJP will win 84-94 wards. According to the News X exit poll, the AAP has 159-175 wards and the BJP has 70-92.

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Exit polls from all three channels show the Congress winning 10 or fewer wards.

According to the three exit polls, others would win 5-9 seats.

If the exit polls are correct, the AAP’s performance would be a major setback for the BJP, which has controlled the MCD for the past 15 years.

BJP likely to win 117-140 seats in Gujarat, Cong to win 34-51 seats, AAP to win 6-13 seats and others to win 1-2 seats, says NewsX poll

Himachal Pradesh Exit Polls 2022:

BJP : 68 seats

Congress: 20-25 seats

AAP: 0-3 seats

Others: 1-5 seats

 

 

According to the exit poll, 38% of people think the ruling party’s work was good to some extent, while 4% are unsure.

Exit polls predicted the BJP would win 47 seats in the 68-member assembly in 2017. Congress, on the other hand, was expected to win 22 seats. However, as the results were announced, the BJP secured a victory with 44 sea, while the Congress fell to 21.

BJP likely to win 35-40 seats in Himachal, Congress 20-25, AAP 0-3, and others 1-5 -according to Zee News.

BJP likely to win 32-40 seats in Himachal, Congress 27-34, AAP none, and others 1-2 -according to NewsX.

 

Gujarat Exit Polls 2022:

According to an exit poll conducted by NDTV, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is expected to win a seventh consecutive term in Gujarat. The BJP is expected to win the Himachal Assembly elections as well. The ballots will be counted on December 8.

 

 

According to an exit poll conducted by NDTV, the BJP is expected to win 131 seats in the 182-member Gujarat assembly. The debutant AAP is expected to win only seven seats.

How exit polls are conducted?

Exit polls are conducted by collecting feedback from voters as they leave the polling station after voting. Chanakya, C-Voter, and MyAxis are three popular agencies that conduct exit poll results for elections in India.

Once the results are known, a general idea of which party is likely to win and how close the race will be can be formed.

 

 

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