UP, Punjab , Uttaragandh, Goa, Manipur Exit poll Results 2017


On Saturday, 5 Indian states going to decide who is going to rule them for next 5 years. The main fight is between Central ruling BJP, opposition Congress and new born AAP.

Latest came our exit polls shows huge success for BJP. But nevertheless other parties also have a chance in various states.

Below are the details exit polls results came out for Uttar pradesh , Goa , Punjab, Uttaragandh, and Manipur.



The exit polls showed Punjab witnessing a tight contest between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress, with India Today Axis poll showing the Congress ahead with 62-71 out of 117 seats and India TV- CVoter showing the AAP ahead with 59-67 seats. India News MRC and News 24 Today’s Chanakya showed both having exactly the same number of seats.

All polls showed a huge defeat for the Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP combine in the State.


In Uttarakhand, three polls — News 24 Today’s Chanakya, India Today Axis and India News MRC — showed the BJP winning the State. India TV- CVoter showed both the parties tied at 29-35 seats.


The India TV-CVoter poll also showed the BJP surging ahead of the Congress in Manipur, where the Congress has ruled for 15 years and the saffron party has hardly any base. It showed the BJP winning 25-31 of the 60 seats with the Congress trailing at 17-23 seats.

Uttar Pradesh

Exit poll shows Brand Modi has soared, BJP eyes a landslide.According to the post-poll analysis by Axis-My-India for the India Today Group, the BJP is projected to bag an astonishing 251-279 seats in Uttar Pradesh.


 With no anti-incumbency, BJP to retain hold against AAP, Congress as per exit poll.The exit poll for Goa suggests that the BJP could be very close to majority in the face of stiff challenges from the Congress and the AAP.

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