While the Congress party is predicted to win at least 55 to 65 seats, the Raman Singh-led BJP may manage to bag 21-31 seats, predicts Chhattisgarh election 2018 India Today-Axis My India exit poll.
The Congress party will finally oust BJP’s Raman Singh in Chhattisgarh assembly election 2018, predicts exit poll results.
- Congress will win the Chhattisgarh election 2018 with clear majority
- Congress is predicted to win 55 to 65 seats, BJP may manage to bag 21-31 out of 90 seats
- Chhattisgarh election results will be declared on December 11
Congress will win the Chhattisgarh election 2018 with clear majority and oust the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), predicts India Today-Axis My India exit poll. The exit poll has predicted that the BJP will lose the reins in Chhattisgarh.
While the Congress party is predicted to win at least 55 to 65 seats in Chhattisgarh election 2018, the Raman Singh-led BJP may manage to bag 21-31 seats out of 90 seats. The Ajit Jogi and Mayawati-led alliance may have to settle with four to eight seats.
The BJP has been ruling the state under the leadership of Chief Minister Raman Singh since December 7, 2003.
Chhattisgarh election 2018: Seats BJP, Congress likely to win
According to India Today exit poll, the Congress party has a vote share of 45 and that of the BJP is 38 per cent. The alliance parties (JCC and BSP) may get nine per cent votes in the Chhattisgarh election 2018.
Chhattisgarh election 2018: Party wise vote share
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Chhattisgarh election 2018 exit poll result was broadcast by India Today TV this evening. For Chhattisgarh, 23,964 people were surveyed for the India Today-My India Axis exit poll.
The Chhattisgarh election 2018 results will be declared on December 11.
The state for the first time witnessed a three-way contest with the ruling BJP fighting it out with the opposition Congress and the Ajit Jogi-Mayawati-led alliance emerging as a formidable third front.
Election in Chhattisgarh was held in two phases (November 12 and 20) for a total of 90 seats. The tenure of Chhattisgarh assembly ends on January 5, 2019.
Chhattisgarh recorded an overall turnout of 76.35 per cent in the two-phased Assembly elections that concluded on Tuesday, 1.05 per cent lower than the voting recorded in 2013, with Kurud in Dhamtari district recording the highest voter turnout at 88.99 per cent.