West Bengal (WB), Kerala, Assam, Tamil Nadu (TN), Puducherry Election Exit Poll 2021 Results Highlights: Of five states, the BJP is in direct contest in two - Assam and West Bengal. While the saffron party is hoping to retain Assam, it is eying power in Bengal for the first time
Exit Poll Results 2021 on April 29.
West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Puducherry Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2021 Highlights: Exit poll numbers for five states that went to polls in March and April have been released today 7PM. Surveys show BJP is likely to win in Assam, while Mamata Banerjee-led TMC may retain power in West Bengal. ABP C-Voter exit poll has predicted that TMC likely to win in West Bengal. Republic TV-CNX West Bengal survey shows there might not be a clear winner in West Bengal. Most of the surveys show that the DMK may return to power.
Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Union Territory of Puducherry went to polls together in the month of March-April. The last phase of polling took place in West Bengal today. Of the five states, the BJP is in direct contest in two – Assam and West Bengal. While the saffron party is hoping to retain Assam, it is eying power in Bengal for the first time in what is the birthplace of its founder Syama Prasad Mukherjee. Mukherjee was the founder of Jan Sangh, which later became the BJP. In Tamil Nadu, the DMK is looking to remove the AIADMK from power after 10 years. Opinion polls have predicted a big lead for MK Stalin’s party against the AIADMK, which is in alliance with the BJP. Kerala, too, will have a bipolar contest between the ruling Left and Congress but the BJP is trying to expand its footprint here. The Union Territory of Puducherry is expected to see a change of guard with the NDA appearing to be ahead of the Congress.
Exit Polls 2021 Live: West Bengal, Assam, Puducherry, Kerala, Tamil Nadu Election Exit Poll Results 2021 Live Updates
Assam had gone to polls in three phase on March 27, April 1 and 6 while West Bengal had eight phases with first phase on March 27 to last on April 29. The final phase of election in West Bengal concluded on April 29. Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Union Territory of Puducherry had gone to polls in single phase on April 7.