Exit polls show clear majority for BJP in Gujarat and Himachal

Exit polls show clear majority for BJP in Gujarat and Himachal

Exit polls show clear majority for BJP in Gujarat and Himachal

The exit poll by ABP news channel, was however less generous, giving BJP possible win on 91 to 99 seats as against 78 to 86 seats for the Congress in the western state.

The Times Now-VMR survey gave the saffron party 109 seats in the 182-member assembly as against 70 to the Congress, while another exit poll by Republic TV-C-Voter predicted the ruling party walking away with 108 seats leaving only 74 for the Congress. The Congress did comparatively better by securing 17 seats compared to other regions. Results will be declared on December 18. The survey predicted 38 seats for the BJP and 29 for the Congress in Himachal Pradesh.

The more interesting exit poll numbers come in the form of vote share in the state of Gujarat.

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The vote share for Congress has gone up to 42 per cent this year, however, that's still behind the BJP which has got 47 per cent of the same. The current analysis by NewsX in collaboration with CNX says that BJP would get 45.40% of votes whereas Congress would get a 37.75% vote share. The exit poll also indicates that Congress will not be too far behind and are estimated to bag 65 of 75 seats, a marked improvement from the 2012 elections where they had managed 61 seats.

The only disappointment for the party is that it might not meet its president Amit Shah's target of 150 seats in Gujarat. The CNN News 18 exit poll sees the BJP winning at 125 seats as against 57 for the Congress. While the Hindus in the state voted for the saffron party, the Muslims have shown their support for Congress by giving the party majority of the votes.

The second and last phase of Gujarat poll ended on Thursday.

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The election is being held in 93 seats across over 25000 polling stations in central as well as north Gujarat. There were 851candidates in the fray and around 2.23 crore voters. The EC data released on Friday said tribal-dominated Narmada district witnessed the highest voter turnout of 79.15%, while Devbhumi-Dwarka of Saurashtra region recorded the lowest at 59.39%.

The turnout in Ahmedabad was 69.16% in 2012 elections, and 58.24% in the 2007 assembly elections.

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