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Exit Poll Results 2019 : News18 and Ipsos, the team that predicted a big victory for the BJP in the General Election in May this year, is teaming up again. This time to project the Maharahsra and Haryana Assembly Elections Exit Poll Result based on an exclusive exit poll survey. Voting for the two new assemblies has just concluded.

exit poll results by News18-Ipsos

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

243

INC+

41

AIMIM

01

OTH

03

exit poll results by News18-Ipsos

Haryana assembly elections 2019

The BJP, which gained many seats in the Jat dominated areas in 2014, is expecting to make a return in the state with more than 70 seats. And chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar is at the forefront of this. However, the opposition parties are struggling to find unity while battling corruption cases and family feuds. The 2014 state election saw the BJP gain 47 seats, while the Congress was held back at 15 - a 25 per cent drop in seats won. The INLD managed to get 18 seats

90 seats (46 to Win)

BJP

75

INC

10

JJP

02

OTH

03

exit poll results by India Today-Axis

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

166-194

INC+

72-90

OTH

22-34

exit poll results by ABP-CVoter

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

204

INC+

69

OTH

15

exit poll results by Times Now

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

230

INC+

48

OTH

10

exit poll results by Times Now

Haryana assembly elections 2019

The BJP, which gained many seats in the Jat dominated areas in 2014, is expecting to make a return in the state with more than 70 seats. And chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar is at the forefront of this. However, the opposition parties are struggling to find unity while battling corruption cases and family feuds. The 2014 state election saw the BJP gain 47 seats, while the Congress was held back at 15 - a 25 per cent drop in seats won. The INLD managed to get 18 seats

90 seats (46 to Win)

BJP

71

INC

11

OTH

8

exit poll results by Republic-Jan Ki baat

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

216-230

INC+

50-69

OTH

8-12

exit poll results by ABP-CVoter

Haryana assembly elections 2019

The BJP, which gained many seats in the Jat dominated areas in 2014, is expecting to make a return in the state with more than 70 seats. And chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar is at the forefront of this. However, the opposition parties are struggling to find unity while battling corruption cases and family feuds. The 2014 state election saw the BJP gain 47 seats, while the Congress was held back at 15 - a 25 per cent drop in seats won. The INLD managed to get 18 seats

90 seats (46 to Win)

BJP

72

INC

8

OTH

10

exit poll results by Republic-Jan Ki baat

Haryana assembly elections 2019

The BJP, which gained many seats in the Jat dominated areas in 2014, is expecting to make a return in the state with more than 70 seats. And chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar is at the forefront of this. However, the opposition parties are struggling to find unity while battling corruption cases and family feuds. The 2014 state election saw the BJP gain 47 seats, while the Congress was held back at 15 - a 25 per cent drop in seats won. The INLD managed to get 18 seats

90 seats (46 to Win)

BJP

52-63

INC

15-19

OTH

12-19

exit poll results by TV9-Cicero

Maharashtra assembly elections 2019

In the previous Maharashtra elections, the BJP, Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP won 122, 63, 42 and 41 seats respectively. The BJP-Shiv Sena combine earned 185 seat majority in the Assembly alone. For the Congress and the NCP, the 2014 election turned out to be disastrous as most of their MLAs were restricted to the western Maharashtra – a key region for them this year.

288 seats (145 to Win)

BJP+

197

INC+

75

OTH

16

exit poll results by TV9-Cicero

Haryana assembly elections 2019

The BJP, which gained many seats in the Jat dominated areas in 2014, is expecting to make a return in the state with more than 70 seats. And chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar is at the forefront of this. However, the opposition parties are struggling to find unity while battling corruption cases and family feuds. The 2014 state election saw the BJP gain 47 seats, while the Congress was held back at 15 - a 25 per cent drop in seats won. The INLD managed to get 18 seats

90 seats (46 to Win)

BJP

69

INC

11

OTH

10