Exit Polls predict defeat for NDA in Bihar

2020/11 07 17:11

Exit polls quickly after the third and last spherical of polling received over in Bihar on Saturday confirmed a transparent edge for the opposition Mahagathbandhan (MGB) over the Nitish Kumar-BJP led Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA) with some pollsters predicting a wave in favour of the Opposition’s chief ministerial candidate Tejaswi Yadav.

Two polls – by India As we speak Aaj Tak/Axis My India and CNN TV18/As we speak’s Chanakya – predicted a transparent majority for the opposition alliance led by the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) which contested the Meeting elections with Congress and Left Events. The India As we speak pollster, Pradip Gupta of Axis-My India mentioned that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar confronted robust anti-incumbency and Tejaswi Yadav of the RJD was capable of money in on the younger and aspirational vote. The India As we speak ballot gave 138-168 seats to the opposition alliance or Mahagathbandhan (MGB), method above the bulk mark of 122 seats within the 243-member meeting. As we speak’s Chanakya which carried out the ballot on behalf of CNN TV18 additionally estimated the MGB’s seats to be between 169-191, indicating a wave in favour of the opposition.

Two different polls, one by Occasions Now/C-Voter and the opposite by ABP/C-Voter, confirmed the competition to be a lot nearer and predicted a good race.

The TimesNow ballot confirmed the ruling NDA to be getting 116 seats whereas the MGB was predicted to be getting 120 seats. Chirag Paswan-led Lok Janshakti Celebration (LJP) did not make any headway in response to this ballot which predicted only one seat for this get together.

Within the ABP/C-Voter ballot, the NDA was projected to be getting between 104-128 seats whereas the opposition MGB was predicted to get 108-131 seats.

Nearly all of the polls confirmed the Chirag Paswan-led LJP to be a nonstarter as a solo participant within the elections. Chirag Paswan had break up from the NDA and contested the election on his personal, largely as a part of the technique to chop into JD(U)’s votes.

 

 


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