Exit Poll Results 2018: All you need to know4 min read . Updated: 11 Dec 2018, 12:31 AM IST
The exit poll results to Assembly Elections 2018 have predicted a return for Congress in Rajasthan and erosion of the BJP’s bastions of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, and TRS storming to power in Telangana
OTHERS : The exit poll results to Assembly Elections 2018 have predicted a return for Congress in Rajasthan and erosion of the BJP’s bastions of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, and TRS storming to power in Telangana. A look at the trends emerging from the exit poll results:
Chhattisgarh election results: Another BJP CM may bite the dust
Chhattisgarh’s BJP CM Raman Singh can go the Shivraj Singh Chouhan way on election results day.
Telangana election results: KCR and TRS to storm back to power
K. Chandrashekar Rao is seen returning to power in Telangana with a comfortable majority.
MP exit poll results: Congress gives BJP a tough fight
BJP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan may have to vacate the chair after 15 years.
Rajasthan exit poll results: Congress set to return to power
The swing state will live up to its moniker, come 11 December.
Don’t think Rajasthan is going to spare Vasundhara Raje: Sachin Pilot
Congress will get a comfortable majority to form the government in Rajasthan, party leader Sachin Pilot said today, even as the exit poll results predicted a win for his party on 11 December.“The BJP leaders never came to the state when Rajasthan was going through several crisis in the recent past. Right before the elections, the bigwigs descended to Rajasthan. They even went to an extent of defining the caste of Hanuman,” Pilot said.“The BJP is only trying to garner votes to lose with a respectable number. I do not think the people of Rajasthan is going to spare Vasundhara Raje.” Times Now
MP exit poll results: It’s a toss-up between BJP and Congress
Chhattisgarh exit poll results: Congress seen at half-way mark
In the 90-member Chhattisgarh assembly, the Congress may win 45 seats once election results are declared on 11 December. That’s just one seat less than the half-way mark. The BJP is expected to win 39 seats while Others are seen winning in six constituencies.
Rajasthan exit poll results: Congress seen winning 108 seats
Out of the 199 seats that went to polls in Rajasthan elections, the Congress is expected to win 108, the BJP 81, the BSP one and others nine, the Times Now-CVoter exit poll results show. The majority mark is 101.
Advantage Congress in Madhya Pradesh
The Congress is seen wresting power from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Madhya Pradesh (MP) after a gap of 15 years, India Today-Axis My India exit poll results show. The BJP is set to win 102 seats in the 120-seat state legislative assembly—registering a loss of 55 seats, in comparison to the last assembly polls.
Telangana exit poll trends
Telangana exit polls: KCR’s TRS set to return to power
The K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR)-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is likely to return to power in Telangana, India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicts. KCR is likely to win 79 to 91 seats in the 119-member house.
Exit poll results: Trends from Chhattisgarh
Congress to topple BJP in Chhattisgarh: India TV-Axis My India exit poll
The India Today-Axis My India exit poll results show the Congress will win between 55 to 65 seats out of the 9o seats in Chhattisgarh. The BJP is projected to get 21 to 31 seats. The Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will get just 4-8 seats together. The BJP vote share is expected to come in at 38% while the Congress’s 45%
Exit poll trends from Mizoram elections
Mizo National Front to win in Mizoram: Republic TV-CVoter exit poll
The Mizo National Front is likely to form the government in Mizoram, according to Republic TV-CVoter’s exit poll results.
Exit poll trends from Chhattisgarh
Close fight between BJP, Congress in Chhattisgarh: Republic TV
CVoter-Republic TV exit polls are predicting a close fight between the BJP and Congress in Chhattisgarh with the former likely to win between 35-43 seats and Congress 40-50 seats.
BJP to retain Chhattisgarh: India TV exit poll
CM Raman Singh is set to power in Chhattigarh with the BJP winning 42-50 seats, says India TV exit poll.
Exit poll trends from Telangana
TRS to win Telangana elections: CNX-Times Now exit poll
The Telangana Rashtra Samiti is set to win Telangana elections, giving a second term to CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao, says the CNX-Times Now exit poll. The exit poll results show the Congress at No.2 with 37 seats.
Exit poll trends from Rajasthan
Congress winning in Rajasthan: CNX-Times Now
The CNX-Times Now exit polls show Congress surging ahead of Rajasthan with around 105 seats while the BJP is likely to retain 85 seats.
CNX-Times Now exit polls: Congress, BJP in tight race for Madhya Pradesh
CNX - Times Now exit polls show that BJP is likely to win between 102-120 seats while the Congress is expected to win between 104-122 seats.
Exit poll trends from MP elections
Exit poll results: Tight race between Congress, BJP in Madhya Pradesh
Early exit poll trends are predicting a tight race between the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in MP elections. BJP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is up against the Congress represented by Jyotiraditya Scindia.
Assembly Election Results 2018 on 11 December
The results of the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Mizoram will be declared on 11 December.
How Madhya Pradesh has fared under Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Under chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Madhya Pradesh’s agriculture sector has grown, but the state still lags in industrial growth and scores poorly in its human development index. (read more)
Polling ends in Rajasthan, exit polls trends
The polling has ended in Rajasthan, however, people already in the polling stations will be allowed to vote. The state recorded 72.17% polling by 5pm.
Can a united opposition defeat TRS in Telangana elections?
The Mahakutami may pose a tough challenge to TRS dominance in Telangana despite caretaker CM K. Chandrashekar Rao’s popularity. (read more)
Rajasthan Elections 2018: Can reserved seats swing polls?
The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP’s) attempt to expand its social base and the Congress’ bid to regain influence over the Scheduled Castes (SC) and the Scheduled Tribes (ST) have set the stage for an interesting electoral contest in Rajasthan, where there are 59 reserved seats in the 200-member assembly. The results of the last three assembly elections indicate that the party that wins more reserved seats manages to form the government in Jaipur. (read more)