1. Gujarat election exit poll 2017 Highlights: Surveys predict BJP win, no chance for Congress

Gujarat election exit poll 2017 Highlights: Surveys predict BJP win, no chance for Congress

Gujarat election exit poll 2017 LIVE UPDATES: Most surveys have predicted a landslide victory for BJP.

By: | Updated: December 15, 2017 11:38 AM
Gujarat election exit poll 2017 LIVE UPDATES: How Gujarat voted? Predictions out today Gujarat election exit poll 2017 LIVE UPDATES: Some of the opinion polls have predicted very close contest between Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress.

Gujarat election exit poll 2017 LIVE UPDATES:

10:00 pm Following the result of the exit polls, Hardik Patel took to Twitter and said that the result is being shown in favour of BJP purposely. The tweet was in Gujarati according to which the results were shown in BJP’s favour so that no one suspects the EVMs. He added that there is no chance of BJP winning.

9:24 pm: Chhattisgarh Minister Brijmohan Agrawal says BJP will come with full majority in Gujarat. He also took jibe on Rahul Gandhi and said that he will take time to mature

8.15 pm: Sudhanshu Trivedi of BJP says that outcomes are a victory of the PM Narendra Modi’s popularity. He says that Amit Shah has visited all the states of the country since past one year.

8.33 pm: Recap: North Gujarat – BJP is likely to secure 49 per cent vote share in the region. Here, Congress is likely to get somewhere around 42 per cent.  BJP to get 32-38 seats; while Congress is getting 16-22 seats.

7.30 pm: The surveys carried out by all the 6 leading news channels have predicted a clear victory for the BJP.

7.15 pm: The Republic-C Voter Exit Poll gave the BJP 108 seats and the Congress, 74. All in all, the BJP is coming to power in Gujarat with comfortable majority, a good news for BJP and Modi.

7.04 pm: Today’s Chanakya: In big win for BJP, Today’s Chanakya predicts massive 135 (+/- 11) seats for the ruling party. For Congress, it has predicted 47 (+/-11) seats.

7.00 pm: NDTV Poll of Polls: BJP will elections in the state of Gujarat with 112 of 182 seats. Congress will get 70 seats. The NDTV poll of polls has been carried out by taking an aggregate of polls of 4 different exit polls

6.40 pm: ABP-CSDS final projections: BJP to get 117 seats, Congress 68. The number projections is way ahead above than the required 92 seats in the 182-seat Assembly.

READ | No turbulence to Modi’s Gujarat flight: Exit polls belie Congress’ hue and cry on GST, job losses

6.20 pm: As per Republic-Jan Ki Baat Survey:   BJP will get 115 seats, Congress will get 65. With this, all the four surveys so far has predicted a landslide victory for the BJP  in Gujarat.

06.10 pm; As  per the India Today-Axis My India survey: BJP is winning 99-113 seats in Gujarat, while the Congress is winning  68-82 seats.

06.05 pm: Republic-Jan ki Baat predicts 115 seats for BJP. Again, its a landside for the BJP if we go by this poll

6.02 pm: SAHARA SAMAY-CNX survey says BJP will retain power in Gujarat; predicts 110-120 seats for BJP and 65-75 seats for Congress

5.53 pm: Meanwhile, Times Now-VMR exit poll has predicted a lanslide victory for BJP. The Congress is predicted to win 70 seats. The survey predicts +/- 3 margin of error.

Gujarat election exit poll results 2017 of all channels:

ABP News-CSDS Exit Poll

BJP-117
Congress- 64
Others -02

Region-Wise Prediction

South Gujarat
BJP-21-27
Congress- 9-13

Central Gujarat

BJP- 21-27 seats (47% vote share)
Cong- 13-19 seats (42% vote share)
Others- 0 seats (13% vote share)

North Gujarat:

BJP: 32-38 35
Congress: 16-22

Saurashtra Kutch region

BJP- 31-37%
Congress- 12-16 %
Others –

Republic-Jan Ki Baat

BJP – 115,
Congress – 65
Others – 2

Times Now-VMR Exit poll

BJP- 109
Congress-70
Others -0-04

SAHARA SAMAY-CNX

BJP: 110-120
Congress: 65-75

Other: 0-07

News 24-Today’s Chanakya Exit Poll

BJP- 135 (+/-11)
Congress- 47(+/-11)

India Today-Axis Exit Poll

BJP- 99-113
Congress- 68-82
Others – 0-7

NDTV Poll of polls

BJP- 112
Congress- 70
Others – 0

Republic TV-C Voter Exit Poll

BJP- 108
Congress- 74

5.46 pm: As per ABP-CSDS: South Gujarat (35 seats) – Congress: 9-13; BJP: 21-27. Vote per cent:  52 per cent; 40 per cent. Again, its good news for BJP. It seems that Narendra Modi factor has worked for the BJP again.

5.30 pm: Kucth Saurashtra (52): It’s good news for BJP here. The saffron party will win 31-37 per seats here; Congress will win 12-16. The vote share of the BJP is likely to be higher here, as per ABP-CSDS news survey.

5.14 pm: Experts predict a clear divide in the support bases of BJP and Congress separating the rural and urban pockets of the state. The divide in urban votes may well benefit Congress party.

5.08 pm: ABP News will give its survey results in another 20 minutes.

5.00 pm: In 2012, BJP had won 35 seats in South Gujarat. Congress had won 6.

4.45 pm: Meanwhile, the Congress has submitted a Memorandum to EC. Here’s the soft copy of the memorendum to the Election Commission of India today on the violation of the Constitution, Code of Conduct and abdication of authority by PM Modi and BJP.

4.35 pm: Congress Ave Che, Bhajpa Jave che, says Congress’ Priyanka Chaturvedi.

4.28 pm: In 2012, Congress had won 61 seats, while the BJP had won 116 seats. However, the elections are touted to be a closer fight this time.

Read | Gujarat election exit poll results 2017: Final verdict to predict if Modi magic still sways voters or Rahul Gandhi is new star

4.22 pm: Meanwhile, Congress and BJP workers have clashed with each other in Gandhinagar.

4.18 pm: Times Now Exit Poll will be aired at 5 PM, says channel’s Twitter handle

4.02 pm: ABP News has started airing its Exit Poll. However, the channel says that the first figures will be aired after 5.30 pm due to Model Code of Conduct

–  Stand up Media to this unprecedented violation of the code of conduct. Condemn the EC for allowing this gross abuse.

– Meanwhile, a large number of Congress supporters are  carrying out a march in New Delhi against alleged bias of the poll-body in favour of PM Narendra Modi.

– Gujarat election exit poll results will be displayed here after 5 PM

December witnessed one of the most fierce electoral battles for Gujarat in past two decades. For Narendra Modi, it’s the battle of prestige to win his home state. For Rahul Gandhi, it’s an opportunity to prove his mettle after becoming the president of Congress party. The final result will be out on December 18. Till then the speculation game will be played in full swing. Almost all the polls have predicte a landslide victory for the BJP.

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    Mavala
    Dec 14, 2017 at 11:56 pm
    Pandya will be the only Hardik people will remember after Dec 18th
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      jayvir
      Dec 14, 2017 at 11:05 pm
      There are 98 rural seats. Traditionally, Congress has an edge here. This time, generally, the farmers are seen to align with the Congress. Thus, even a 60:40 division of seats should give Congress 60 seats out of the rural cons uencies. As per surveys available, Congress is sure to win up to 27 seats in semi-urban cons uencies. The predictions , especially by Today's Chanakya, makes no sense. Therefore, winner's lead in seat share will be in single digit.
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        jayvir
        Dec 14, 2017 at 11:02 pm
        There are 98 rural seats. Traditionally, Congress has an edge here. This time, generally, the farmers are seen to align with the Congress. Thus, even a 60:40 division of seats should give Congress 60 seats out of the rural cons uencies. As per surveys available, Congress is sure to win up to 27 seats in semi-urban cons uencies. The predictions , especially by Today's Chanakya, makes no sense. Therefore, winner's lead in seat share will be in single digit.
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          J Sarkar
          Dec 14, 2017 at 10:22 pm
          Clean image is very important which modi has .con gov was so corrupted people of India rejected them
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            jayvir
            Dec 14, 2017 at 10:08 pm
            BJP ought to thank Kapil Sibal, Mani Shankar Ayer, Hardik, Alpesh, Jignesh and not the least Shehzad Shehzada.
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              jayvir
              Dec 14, 2017 at 10:03 pm
              7 Exit Poll Results, all similar. Channel discussions on fundamentals of these exit polls throws up ambiguity . Somehow the mathematics do not add up.
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                sridhar
                Dec 14, 2017 at 8:50 pm
                Bjp lot of development in Gujarat after modi 2000 onwards Gujarat people will peaceful and happy so people will time prefer bjp reason this one second thing Congress destroyed state atmosphere
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                1. Hari Singh
                  Dec 14, 2017 at 8:03 pm
                  it is true that bjp will win election in Gujarat and Himachal but question is that who will solve ppl problems like rising figures of unemployment,lot of pending court cases,tute roads,rampant corruption in system,rising prices,costly education and costly medical facilities,bijli,pani,and upliftment of living standard of poor etc?
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                  1. Sethu Raman
                    Dec 14, 2017 at 6:46 pm
                    Modi is still catching the attention but he is very poor in economic reforms.He attracted voters by crying too. His poor economic reforms will pave for crashing of indian economy.BJP may win Gujarat due to Modiji.Too much of power will pave way for Monarchy/Autocratism
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                    1. Sethu Raman
                      Dec 14, 2017 at 6:40 pm
                      Congress 85 BJP:95 AND others 2 Congress will get more seats in North and south guj
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                        Anon
                        Dec 14, 2017 at 5:26 pm
                        Congress:75-85 BJP: 95-105 Other: 2
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                          anurag
                          Dec 14, 2017 at 4:57 pm
                          still I feel that this election is Modi vs no one, and there is nothing like congress stands anywhere in the election.
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                            Chitrabhanu
                            Dec 14, 2017 at 4:51 pm
                            2017 election BJP is likely to be drubbed. No way, 95 is possible and a comeback of Congress is possible. How Surat and Ahmedabad vote for BJP is crucial. BJP can get 70 to 95 seats. GST and Patidar issue caused a lot of damage to traditional vote bank. Worth remembering that in 2012 elections, out of 116 seats won by BJP, 9 seats were with a margin of less than 5000 votes. Modi magic saves or otherwise, BJP would have ended with a 40-50 seats. Rajasthan, Karnataka and 2019 at stake now. I am not a BJP virodhi or Congress or any other political party activist. Support NaMo.
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                              JAY FADIA
                              Dec 15, 2017 at 10:57 am
                              18 tarikh ko sab maloom pad jayega bjp will surely will more then 115 seats
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                              S sukumar
                              Dec 14, 2017 at 4:42 pm
                              Completely agree. 130 seats
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                                sitaram walavalkar
                                Dec 14, 2017 at 4:32 pm
                                Narendrabhai Modi jis win in Gujarat is certain, he is unstoppable. 2019 its going to be BJP again at the top. We are congratulating modiji well in advance for the spectacular and outstanding performance in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections.
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