Most exit polls have predicted that Congress has an advantage in Telangana where 60 seats are required to form the government. Most exit polls said the Congress is likely to sail through without any support.
Bhupesh Baghel is set to retain power in Chhattisgarh for a second term with most exit polls predicting that the Congress will sail above the majority mark of 46.
He may be a Congress' veteran strategist and incumbent CM, but exit polls predict Ashok Gehlot won't be able to break revolving door tradition which Rajasthan has witnessed since 1993. Full report here
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In Mizoram, while India TV-CNX said the MNF would get 14-18, ZPM 12-16, Congress 8-10 and BJP 0-2, ABP News-C Voter said MNF would get 15-21, ZPM 12-18 and Congress 2-8.
Jan Ki Baat said the MNF would get 10-14 seats, ZPM 15-25 seats, Congress 5-9 and the BJP 0-2.
For Telangana, while India TV-CNX forecast 63-79 seats for the Congress, 31-47 for the BRS, 2-4 for the BJP and 5-7 for the AIMIM, Jan Ki Baat forecast that the Congress would get 48-64 seats, the BRS would get 40-55, BJP 7-13 and AIMIM 4-7.
Republic TV-Matrize predicted that in Telangana, the Congress would get 58-68 seats, BRS 46-56, BJP 4-9 and AIMIM 5-9. TV9 Bharatvarsh Polstrat stated that the Congress would get 49-59 seats and the BRS would get 48-58.
For Chhattisgarh, while ABP News-C Voter predicted 36-48 seats for the BJP and 41-53 for the Congress, India Today-Axis My India forecast 36-46 seats for the BJP and 40-50 seats for the Congress.
India TV-CNX forecast 30-40 seats for the BJP and 46-56 seats for the Congress. According to Jan Ki Baat, the BJP would get 34-45 and the Congress would get 42-53.
Today's Chanakya predicted that the BJP would get 33 seats (plus-minus 8 seats) and the Congress would bag a clear majority 57 seats (plus-minus 8).
In Rajasthan, India Today-Axis My India forecast a tight race, predicting 86-106 seats for the Congress, 80-100 seats for the BJP and others 9-18.
Jan Ki Baat pollsters forecast that the BJP would get 100-122 and 62-85 for the Congress, TV9 Bharatvarsh Polstrat predicted 100-110 for the BJP and 90-100 for the Congress.
Times Now ETG poll predicts 108-128 seats for the BJP and 56-72 for the Congress in Rajasthan.
In Madhya Pradesh, while Jan Ki Baat exit poll predicted that the BJP would get 100-123 seats and the Congress 102-125, Republic TV-Matrize forecast 118-130 seats for the BJP and 97-107 for the Congress.
TV9 Bharatvarsh Polstrat said the BJP would get 106-116 and the Congress would get 111-121.
Today's Chanakya, however, predicted a massive victory for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, forecasting that the BJP would get 151 (plus minus 12 seats) and the Congress 74 (plus minus 12 seats).
C-Voter has projected 113 to 137 seats for the Congress in Madhya Pradesh and 88 to 112 for the BJP. There are 230 seats in the state with majority mark being 116.
C-Voter has projected a neck and neck fight between BJP and Congress in the state. The prediction for Congress is 41 to 53 seats while for the BJP it is 36 to 48. There are 90 seats in the state and the majority mark is 46.
C-Voter is predicting a loss for Congress in Rajasthan. They projecting 71 to 91 seats for the Congress and 94 to 114 for the BJP. The majority mark in the state is 100 seats. The projections are only for 199 seats insead of 200 since the voting in 1 seat was postponed.
India Today-My Axis exit poll is predicting a hung assembly in Chhattisgarh. It is predicting 40-50 seats for the ruling Congress and 36-46 seats for the BJP. There are 90 seats in the state and the majority mark is 46.
Telangana is voting today for the new government. It is a three-way contest between BRS, Congress and the BJP.
Exit polls for Rajasthan, MP, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram - the 5 states that voted to elect a new state government will be out today evening. The EC has put an embargo on the publication of the exit polls till 6.30 pm
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