ABP News-CSDS exit poll claims that the Congress is headed towards a narrow majority win in Rajasthan, with the party being predicted to bag 101 seats -- one above the majority mark. The BJP is likely to be restricted to 83 constituencies, whereas, Others including the BSP could bag 15 assembly segments. Read full report.

 

Party

Seats Predicted (2018)

Congress

101

BJP

83

Others

15

Republic-Jan Ki Baat is the sole post-election survey which gives BJP edge. The exit poll predicts the incumbent ruling party to win 83-103 seats, whereas, the Congress is expected to bag 81-101 constituencies.

Party

Seats Predicted (2018)

Congress

81-101

BJP

83-103

Others

NA

Another exit poll predicts a full-majority win for the Congress in Rajasthan, predicting the party to trounce the Vasundhara Raje-led BJP with 110-120 seats. The saffron camp is expected to be restricted to 70-80 constituencies, whereas, Others including the BSP are likely to bag 5-15 assembly segments.

 

Party

Seats Predicted (2018)

Congress

110-120

BJP

70-80

Others

5-15

ABP News-CSDS and News 24-PACE are expected to declare the exit poll results of Rajasthan assembly elections 2018. Meanwhile, read the post-poll survey outcome of Times Now-CNX.

The India Today-Axis exit poll predicts Congress to win 119-141 constituencies, whereas, the BJP is expected to bag 55-72 seats. 

Party

Seats Predicted (2018)

Congress

119-141

BJP

55-72

Others

4-11

Times Now exit poll has predicted 105 constituencies for the Congress, whereas, it has predicted 85 seats for the Bharatiya Janata Party. The post-poll survey claims that other parties, including the BSP, would collectively bag 9 assembly segments.

Party

Seats Predicted (2018)

Congress

105

BJP

85

Others

9

The exit poll results of Rajasthan assembly elections 2018 are expected to be declared within a few minutes. Broadcasters have refrained from releasing the post-election survey data as polling in some of the constituencies is still underway -- to facilitate voters who had queued up outside the booths before 5pm.

The post-poll survey predictions for Rajasthan are expected to be released shortly. Stay tuned for the exit poll outcome.

New Delhi, December 7: With the five-state assembly elections coming to an end, news channels, in coordination with their respective research agencies, wil release the exit poll predictions today. Although the academic exercise may not be reflective of the actual outcome, it gives an insight on the electorate's voting pattern -- hinting which party is likely to form the next government. Stay tuned above for the exit poll of Rajasthan assembly elections 2018.

The prominent channels-agencies which will release post-election surveys are ABP News-CSDS, News 24-Chanakya, India Today-Axis and Times Now-CNX. As per the guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India (ECI), media outlets are barred from publishing the exit poll predictions before 5:30pm -- since voting at some of the polling booths is extended beyond the stipulated time for a few minutes. Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018: Vasundhara Raje, Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot – Profiles of 3 CM Probables in Fray.

Rajasthan and Telangana are the final set of states which went to polls in this round of the elections. In the former, a total of 199 seats of the legislative assembly were contested -- polls in 1 constituency was deferred due to the death one of the candidates. The primarily battle was wedged between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the opposition Congress.

Ahead of the polls, the Congress was given a clear edge by the pollsters, predicting the party to oust the Vasundhara Raje-led government in the state. The average of major opinion polls predicted 120-140 seats for the Congress, whereas, the BJP was predicted to be restricted between 50-70 seats.

Notably, the saffron party moved into the elections projecting its incumbent CM Vasundhara Raje as the chief ministerial candidate. The Congress, however, had refrained to announced its CM nominee ahead of the polls -- which experts attribute to the fear of in-fighting within its state unit.

Results of 2013 Rajasthan Assembly Elections

Party Seats Predicted (2018)
Congress 163
BJP 21
BSP 3
Others 9

In the last assembly polls, the BJP had emerged victorious with a thumping a three-fourth majority. The Congress, which was then the incumbent ruling party, was reduced to 21 seats. The rout was followed by another devastating loss in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections -- when the Congress was defeated in all 25 parliamentary constituencies of the state.