Loksabha Election 2014 Exit Poll by CNN IBN, AAJ Tak and ABP News shown today 12 May 2014. Modi-led NDA may get 270-282 seats, UPA 92-102
Exit Poll 2014 Loksabha Election Narendra Modi set to lead BJP to victory, Congress wiped out: Exit polls 2014
News 24-Chanakya survey, BJP will get 291 seats, NDA – 340, Congress -57, UPA – 70 and Others – 133.
Exit Poll Survey Result 12th may 2014
|Poll Survey||BJP+ NDA||Congress+(UPA)||other|
|Today Chanakya News 24||340||70||133|
- Meanwhile, in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee’s TMC is set to win 24 seats, Left 12, Congress 5 and BJP 1: ABP/AC Nielson
- As far as vote percentage is concerned, BJP polled 30%, Congress 21% and others polled 49%, as per India TV/C voter.
- In Karnataka, BJP to bag 18 seats, Congress 9, JD(S) 1 and others 0: Times Now-ORG survey.
- According to India Today/CICERO survey, NDA will get 261-283 seats, UPA will get 110-120 seats and others will get 150-162 seats.
- In Seemandhra, BJP-TDP combine to get 15-20 seats and YSRCP to get 5-8 seats, as per Times Now survey.
- In Bihar BJP and allies to get 28 seats, Congress and allies to get 10 seats and JD(U) to get 2 seats, as per IndiaTV-C voter survey. Bihar has 40 Lok Sabha seats.
- On the other hand, as per CNN-IBN/CSDS survey, in Telangana TRS will win 10 seats, Congress 04 seats and BJP to win 03 seats.
- Again according to Times Now-ORG survey, in Telangana, BJP-TDP to get 2 seats, Congress 3 to 5, TRS 8-10 seats and Left 2 seats.
- India TV-C voter gives NDA 289 seats and Congress 101 seats overall. AAP will get 5 and others will get 148 seats.
- NDA to get 272 to 283 seats, UPA to get 110 to 120 seats all over the country: Aaj Tak
- As per Aaj Tak survey, BJP to get six seats in Delhi. Delhi has 7 Parliamentary seats.
- BJP to get 46 seats in Uttar Pradesh, Congress 08, Samajwadi Party 12 and BSP 13 seats as per ABP News/AC Nielson survey. UP sends 80 seats to Parliament.
- The Congress today said that it will not participate in debates on TV channels exit polls. Party spokesperson Shakeel Ahmad said that in keeping with their tradition, they won’t participate in exit polls. He also said that the last time, exit polls had given the Congress 68 seats less than what they had actually got.
- In 2009 Lok Sabha polls, Congress-led UPA had got 262 seats, whereas BJP-led NDA bagged 159 seats. LK Advani was BJP’s PM candidate. He lost to Manmohan Singh who took oath as PM second time in a row.
- PA Sangma meets Modi in Gandhinagar. Later talking to reporters he said that Modi will be the next PM of India.