General Elections 2019: Exit Polls Say Modi Will Return as PM

According to the exit polls, the BJP is on the verge to win the General Elections 2019


Analysts say that exit polls can be wrong because not everybody is keen to openly state which party they have voted for actually.

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Three exit polls comprising of Republic-Cvoter, News18-IPSOS and Times Now-VMR predicted that BJP will win with full majority with around 280 to 315 seats. Whereas, ABP-Nielsen says that BJP would win 267 seats, falling short of majority.

the reaction

The West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress Chief Mamta Banerjee stated on Twitter that she doesn’t trust the exit polls and it is more like gossip. Plus, there is a specific agenda behind giving hype to these polls.

The BJP tweeted from their official Twitter handle @BJP4India, a cartoon of Narendra Modi ploughing through his opponents.

The Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi brawl over the Election Commission with a tweet.

The TDP president and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chandrababu Naidu stated that exit polls have gone incorrect in the past.

While, Omar Abdullah, the former CM of J&K and former MP, Lok Sabha has stated that all exit polls can’t be wrong in his tweet.

What’s your reaction?

Results will be announced on 23 May. Analysts have warned that exit polls often go wrong and can’t equate to actual results. A party needs to win 272 seats in parliament to form the government.

What do you think, who’ll win the Lok Sabha elections this time? Tell us in the comments below ⬇︎

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