The exit poll results of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 are out by several television channels and agencies. Poll pundits have given out their post-poll predictions for the General Elections 2019 and the countdown has now begun for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 results to be declared on May 23. Voting for the Parliamentary Poll took place in seven phases between Aprill 11 and May 19. The final phase of voting was held today in 59 constituencies in seven states and one Union Territory. Stay with us for LIVE updates on exit poll predictions for Lok Sabha Elections 2019. What Are Exit Polls? Know All About The Post-Poll Surveys And Predictions For Lok Sabha Elections 2019.
Opinion polls and Satta Bazaar predictions till the sixth phase of voting have given out mixed estimates. While most point towards the formation of the NDA government, predictions after the sixth phase of polls brought down BJP's estimated tally to 220 seats. Bookies and Matka players are still of the view that the Congress would not cross the 100-mark. Exit Poll Result of Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Should You Believe The Numbers?
Meanwhile, poll watchers are closely observing voting patterns in Uttar Pradesh, which is the biggest state with 80 Lok Sabha constituencies. The results in UP will play a major role in deciding the next government. With the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party coming together this election, it will be interesting to see whether the big alliance has paid off for Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati.
Apart from UP, the exit poll predictions of Maharashtra and West Bengal. Poll pundits have predicted that the BJP may improve its tally in West Bengal. How these numbers shape the government at the Centre will be interesting to see.
Meanwhile, the BJP has said that it is confident of performing better than 2014 and getting a clear majority. On the other hand, hectic parleys are on within the Opposition parties including the Congress. Speculation is rife that the Congress may agree to a non-Congress prime minister if the Grand Alliance gets the numbers to form the government at the Centre.
The counting of votes for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 will begin at 8 am on May 23. The first trends are expected to be out by 10 am and the final results of the polls are likely to be out by the evening of May 23. Stay with LatestLY