Bihar exit poll - AB TAK NEWS



Post Top Ad 2

Post Top Ad3

subscribe my youtube channel techno chauhan

Saturday, 7 November 2020

Bihar exit poll

                           Bihar exit poll

Bihar Exit Poll: Who is giving how many seats to whom

Elections on 243 seats of Bihar were concluded on Saturday. Election results will come on 10 November.

Before the results, many news channels and research agencies have brought their exit polls.

Most exit polls do not seem to give any party an absolute majority. Exit poll figures point to a strong struggle. The BBC does not conduct any exit poll. Below are the statistics related to the exit poll of different channels.

Election results may differ from these figures.

Majority figure 122

According to ABP News-C voters, the NDA can get 104-128 seats and the Mahagathbandhan can get 108-131 seats. According to this exit poll, the LJP is seen folding in 1-3 seats.

The Times Now-Sea voter has projected the NDA to get 116 seats. In this exit poll, the Mahagathbandhan is projected to get 120 seats and LJP 1 seat.

According to the exit poll of Republic-Jan Ki Baat, the NDA is projected to get 91-117 seats, the Grand Alliance 118-138 and LJP 5-8 seats.

TV-9 Bharatvarsha has estimated that the NDA may get 110-120 seats, the Grand Alliance 115-125 and LJP 3-5 seats.

However, according to the exit poll of Aaj Tak-Axis My India and Today's Chanakya, the grand alliance can easily get a majority.

According to Aaj Tak-Axis My India, the grand alliance can get 139-161 seats and the NDA is expected to get only 69-91 seats.

According to Today's Chanakya, the grand alliance is projected to get 180 seats and JDU has a margin of only 11 seats in the 55. Poll means that both of them may have 11 seats less.

Voting over 55 percent in the third phase

The Election Commission says that according to the latest data in the third phase, 55.22 percent voting was done. According to the Election Commission, the final figures will be more than this.

In the first phase elections held on November 28, 55.68 percent and in the second phase on November 3, 55.70 percent voting was done.

The Bihar assembly election campaign started on September 7 and lasted until November 5, almost two months later.

On behalf of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held 12 public meetings at different places in four days.

From the Grand Alliance, Tejashwi Yadav proved to be the biggest face. He alone addressed more than 251 election meetings.

No comments:

Post a comment