2017 Poll Of Exit Polls Result For UP, Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand

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2017 Poll Of Exit Polls Result For UP, Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand

Assembly Elections 2017 Poll Of Exit Polls: Counting of votes will take place on Saturday, March 11

After a month-long fiercely fought election campaign, voting has wrapped up in five states - Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand. Results will be declared on Saturday, March 11. In Uttar Pradesh, which voted in seven phases, there's an intense three-way battle between the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance, the BJP and Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party. Punjab too will see a tough fight as the Congress and the debutant Aam Aadmi Party will try to wrest control from the Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP alliance. In Manipur, the BJP is trying hard to end the 15-year-long rule of Congress's Okram Ibobi Singh and in Uttarakhand it is hoping to unseat the ruling Congress government of Chief Minister Harish Rawat. In Goa, where the BJP is in power, the party is engaged in a fight with the opposition Congress, AAP and an alliance of MGP, Shiv Sena and Goa Suraksha Manch for the 40-member House.
 

Following are the highlights of exit polls for Assembly Elections 2017 in five states:


Mar 09, 2017
19:34 (IST)
Who's Winning UP, Punjab? Here's What Exit Polls Show
Watch the analysis of the Exit Polls with NDTV's panel of experts


Mar 09, 2017
19:30 (IST)
Poll of Exit Polls For Uttarakhand based on 3 Exit Polls at 7:30 pm
The Poll of Exit Polls for Uttarakhand, based on Exit Polls by India TV - C Voter, News 24 - Today's Chanakya, India Today - Axis and India News - MRC, predicts a BJP win in the state with 43 seats.


Mar 09, 2017
19:28 (IST)
Poll of Exit Polls For Goa based on 3 Exit Polls at 7:25 pm
As per the poll of exit polls for Goa, based on exit polls by India TV - C-Voter, India News - MRC, India Today - Axis, BJP will emerge as the biggest party, but will fall short of a majority.


Mar 09, 2017
19:15 (IST)
Mar 09, 2017
19:06 (IST)
Punjab Poll of Polls based on 4 Exit Polls at 7:05 pm
Congress 55 seats
Akali+ 7 seats
AAP+ 54 seats
Others 1 seat


Mar 09, 2017
19:01 (IST)
The poll of exit polls for Punjab predicts a wipeout for the ruling Akali-BJP combine, which has been in power for 10 years. Click here to read more
Mar 09, 2017
18:57 (IST)
Who's Winning UP, Punjab? Here's What Early Exit Polls Show
An hour after TV channels began broadcasting exit polls, the picture for Uttar Pradesh seems to be clear - BJP ahead - whereas in Punjab, all possible outcomes have been forecast. Click on the link to read our detailed report.
Mar 09, 2017
18:50 (IST)
Exit Poll in Punjab so far
Mar 09, 2017
18:45 (IST)
India Today - Axis Exit Poll says in Goa the BJP+ might just retain power as it can get between 18 and 22 seats. A party must have at least 21 seats in Goa to form the government.

Congress+ will manage between 9 and 13 seats, while AAP will fare poorly. The Exit Poll predicts AAP may get a maximum of two seats.
Mar 09, 2017
18:41 (IST)
In Uttarakhand, India News - MRC exit poll says the BJP will cross the midway mark and get 38 seats. The Congress will end up with 30 seats.
Mar 09, 2017
18:38 (IST)
In Punjab, the Exit Poll by News 24 - Today's Chanakya says both the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will win 54 seats each while the ruling Akali alliance will end up with a measly nine seats.
Mar 09, 2017
18:27 (IST)
UP Poll of Exit Polls based on 2 Exit Polls
Mar 09, 2017
18:26 (IST)
Punjab Poll of Exit Polls based on 2 Exit Polls
Mar 09, 2017
18:19 (IST)
Uttarakhand Poll of Exit Polls based on 2 Exit polls
Mar 09, 2017
18:15 (IST)
In Uttar Pradesh, ABP News - Lokniti Exit Polls say BJP+ will get between 134 to 170 seats while the Akhilesh Yadav-Rahul Gandhi alliance will get between 133 and 169 seats. Mayawati will only get between 46 to 70 seats, according to the ABP News - Lokniti Exit Poll.
Mar 09, 2017
18:03 (IST)
In Uttarakhand, the BJP will win with a comfortable majority and get 53 seats, says the Exit Poll by News 24 - Today's Chanakya. It has given the Congress 15 seats while others will end up with two.


Mar 09, 2017
17:56 (IST)
India News - MRC has both the Congress and the AAP+ pegged at 55 seats each in Punjab. According to them, the ruling Akalis will just manage seven seats.


Mar 09, 2017
17:52 (IST)
In Manipur, C-Voter and India TV Exit Poll predict BJP as leading party
In Manipur, according to the Exit Poll by India TV C-Voter, the BJP will be able to dethrone the three-term government of Congress's Okram Ibobi Singh by winning between 25 and 31 seats. The Congress will end up with 17 to 23 seats, while others will win between nine to 15 seats.

 
Mar 09, 2017
17:48 (IST)
The Times Now - VMR poll for Uttar Pradesh says the BJP+ might just win around 200 seats with their number pegged between 190 to 210 seats. Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party along with alliance partner Congress will manage 110 to 130 seats while Mayawati will lag way behind at 57 to 74 seats.
Mar 09, 2017
17:44 (IST)
India TV - Axis Exit Poll says Congress will win comfortably in Punjab
For Punjab, the India Today-Axis exit polls says the Akali-BJP government will fall badly to get just four to seven seats, while AAP will perform strongly to get anywhere between 42 to 51 seats. The Congress will win easily by getting between 62 and 71 seats.


Mar 09, 2017
17:39 (IST)
According to India TV-C-Voter, BJP+ will get 15 to 21 seats in Goa and Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party will get zero to four seats. Others will get between two to eight seats.


Mar 09, 2017
17:36 (IST)
According to India News MRC, BJP+ will get 185 seats in Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party and Congress alliance will get 120 seats, Mayawati's BSP will get 90 seats, leading to a hung assembly.


The counting of votes for the five states - Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand - where elections were held will take place on March 11.
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