Taking to Twitter on Friday, Yadav posted the exit poll results of Bihar Assembly elections 2015 and posted,"Remember Exit Poll predictions for Bihar Elections- 2015: Today's Chanakya: BJP-155, GA-83; NewsX/CNX: BJP- 95, GA -135 Times Now-CVoter: BJP-111, GA-122; Dainik Jagran: BJP-130 GA - 97; ABP/ Nielsen: BJP-130 GA- 108; India Today-Cicero: BJP-120 GA- 117". The BJP leaders were right in claiming that the traders may have been unhappy with the party over the issue opf demonetisation, but they would not ditch the Prime Minister.
The only disappointment for the party is that it might not meet its president Amit Shah's target of 150 seats in Gujarat. Party won five of six seats.
The second and last phase of Gujarat poll ended on Thursday. 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. According to ABP-CSDS survey, the BJP will win in south Gujarat with 21-27 seats and the Congress will get 9-13 seats.
With the second and final round of polling ending today, exit polls predicted a victory for the BJP in Gujarat with a clear majority.
The exit poll results for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections 2017 are out after the model code of conduct. The Street is rooting for the ruling party as it would mean continuation of the reforms agenda.
Caste-based voting is ensuring the big win for the BJP, with the upper castes and classes - including the Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Rajputs, Baniyas, among others, contributing to the 50 per cent winning voting percentage. The Congress did comparatively better by securing 17 seats compared to other regions.
Of the 4.35 crore registered voters, 2.97 crore exercised their franchise in the elections held on 9 and 14 December. He went up against the BJP's Prem Kumar Dhumal.
Saurashtra-Kutch region sends the largest number of MLAs, 54, to the Gujarat Assembly.