State Wise & Party Wise Predictions of Lok Sabha Election Exit Polls 2019 Full Result

The Lok Sabha election 2019 has reached its final lap with the seventh phase of polling to be held on Sunday — more than a month after the seven-phase elections began. Polling will be conducted across seven states and one Union Territory for the seventh phase on 19 May. Once polling concludes at around 6 pm, various national news networks, in collaboration with pollsters, will release their exit poll findings at around 6 pm on 19 May (Sunday), before the final results are announced by the Election Commission on 23 May. These exit polls include News18-IPSOS, India Today-Axis, Times Now-CNX, NewsX-Neta, Republic-Jan Ki Baat, Republic-CVoter, ABP-CSDS and Today's Chanakya.

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

336

UPA

82

OTH

124

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

UP Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Uttar Pradesh remains the most important and most watched state in Lok Sabha polls, simply for its huge share of seats in the Lok Sabha. A big reason for BJP’s big win in 2014 was their haul of 71 out of a total 80 seats in the state. This time, however, UP has thrown up an interesting poll battle between the BJP and the SP-BSP gathbandhan. The saffron party is likely to lose several seats from its kitty as Gathbandhan has rallied minority, Dalit and OBC voters. UP result will be the deciding factor in the race to form the next government.

80 seats

NDA

60-62

SP+BSP

17-19

INC

1-2

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Shiv Sena and BJP alliance in Maharashtra had yielded 41 seats out of a total 48 in 2014, but the farm distress issue weighs heavy in the state. Agricultural issues and unemployment dominated campaigns in Marathwada and Vidarbha. It remains to be seen if Congress-NCP alliance can capitalise on those issues and take on BJP-Shiv Sena.

48 seats

NDA

42-45

UPA

4-6

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Bihar Lok Sabha Elections 2019

With the state voting in all seven phases, 2019 elections in Bihar are about two distinct factors: the absence of Lalu Prasad Yadav and the test of chief minister Nitish Kumar’s image as ‘susashan babu.’ With RJD backed Mahagathbandhan banking on caste votes, JD(U) in alliance with BJP are looking to garner numbers on the basis of ‘vikas.’

40 seats

NDA

34-36

UPA

4-6

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

West Bengal Lok Sabha Elections 2019

BJP is all set for making inroads in West Bengal as the state heads for it most interesting elections post-independence. Lok Sabha polls is also likely to throw up a new political polarisation between the opposition BJP and the ruling TMC, pushing the Left Front and Congress further into the margins.

42 seats

TMC

36-38

BJP

3-5

INC

0-1

LEFT

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Tamil Nadu Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Tamil Nadu could be the fourth largest state — yet it commands a big presence at the centre. Two factors are responsible for this: one, the minimal presence of the BJP and the Congress in the state; two, the electoral monopoly the DMK and AIADMK enjoy. Both these factors are evolving, and that’s why this election is a game-changer in Tamil Nadu/Dravidian politics.

38 seats

DMK+

22-24

ADMK+

14-16

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections 2019

BJP’s hold on the Hindi heartland states was a major factor behind their big win in 2014. That hold has weakened since. In December, BJP lost Assembly elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The BJP had won 26 out of a total 29 seats in MP in 2014 and their tally is likely to reduce this time. Farm anger against centre in MP and neighboring Maharashtra could become a big factor in polls this time.

29 seats

BJP

24-27

INC

2-4

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections 2019

In 2004, the BJP won 18 of the 28 seats; in 2009 it won 19; and in 2014, riding the Modi wave, the BJP won 17. The one key factor in the BJP’s successful run in the Lok Sabha polls in Karnataka are the Lingayats, who make up 17 percent of the population.

28 seats

BJP

21-23

UPA

5-7

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Rajasthan Lok Shabha Election 2019

In 2014, BJP had swept the desert state, winning all 25 Lok Sabha seats. The Congress came back in power in the state Assembly in December, creating solid ground for a Lok Sabha campaign. Congress will add seats to its tally this time, but the Modi factor remains strong in the state. The big factor would be caste equations and how they tilt in a party’s favour. BJP has tried to woo Jats by forming an alliance with Hanuman Beniwal, but a counter polarization could end up helping Congress.

25 seats

NDA

22-23

INC

2-3

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Gujarat Lok Sabha Election 2019

In 2014, BJP swept Narendra Modi's home state winning all 26 seats at stake. This time around, Congress has set its target at winning half of those. Will the Congress get some success there or will it be a 2014 redux?

26 seats

BJP

25-26

INC

0-1

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Andhra Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Anti-incumbency, caste and corruption are the major factors that could determine the outcome of the elections in Andhra Pradesh. CM Chandrababu Naidu is seeking to consolidate his party’s position. Leader of opposition and YSR Congress president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy will be a major hurdle for Naidu’s aspirations. This is the first general election in the state after the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, and formation of Telangana, in June 2014.

25 seats

YSRCP

13-14

TDP

10-12

BJP

0-1

INC

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Odisha Lok Sabha Elections 2019

It will be an acid test for CM Naveen Patnaik and his ruling Biju Janata Dal, posing a challenge for the four-time chief minister to handle the anti-incumbency factor. While, the BJP has managed to turn itself into a formidable force during the last 5 years, Congress is trying to ride on the party’s success in Chhattisgarh, MP and Rajasthan.

21 seats

BJD

12-14

BJP

6-8

UPA

1-2

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Telangana Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Having swept the Assembly polls held in December last, the ruling TRS is hoping for an encore in the company of AIMIM while the opposition Congress and BJP appear to be focussed on winning select number of seats. The regional parties in the state will be playing an important role in a a post poll scenario.

17 seats

TRS

12-14

INC

1-2

BJP

1-2

AIMIM

1

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Kerala Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Sabarimala has dictated discussions around Kerala politics for months. The question that hangs over the state, and the CPM-led LDF government is, how much will Sabarimala contribute electorally. BJP sees it as its best opportunity to start winning seats. The ruling CPM under Pinarayi Vijayan is confident its decision to implement the Supreme Court order will not affect its electoral fortunes.

20 seats

UDF

7-9

LDF

11-13

NDA

0-1

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Jharkhand Lok Sabha Elections 2019

In Jharkhand it will be a test of BJP’s ability to take on an opposition comprising Congress, JMM, JVMP and RJD, and overcome ‘double anti-incumbency’ against state and central governments. BJP, however, claims of a “double-engine push” with their regime at both, the Centre and the state. In 2014, BJP won 12 out of 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand.

14 seats

NDA

10

UPA

4

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Assam Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Assam has largely voted for Congress in the parliamentary elections and it was only in 2016 that the Grand Old Party was decimated and the BJP came to power. Since then it has succeeded in making inroads in all the other northeastern states. The BJP did well in the Assam in the 2014 elections, the winning seven out of the 14 constituencies.

14 seats

NDA

8-10

INC

2-4

AIUDF

2

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Punjab Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Punjab CM Captain Amrinder Singh has been running a tight ship in Punjab and thus the Congress remains strong in the state. On the other hand, AAP’s fortunes have been dwindling. AAP rebels under the leadership of Sukhpal Khaira have formed the Panjabi Ekta Party which is part of the Punjab Democratic Alliance with the Left, BSP, among others. The BJP-SAD alliance also faces an uphill task in the state that goes to polls on May 19.

13 seats

INC

10

NDA

2

AAP

1

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

ChhattisgarhLok Sabha Elections 2019

Over the past 15 years, Chhattisgarh slowly turned into a BJP bastion. This time around, the two national parties went into the elections on a more-or-less even footing. The Congress wants to retain the momentum from the assembly polls, in which it won a two-thirds majority, while the BJP wants to garner on the basis of central schemes.

11 seats

BJP

7-9

INC

2-4

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Haryana Lok Sabha Elections 2019

BJP maintains a firm grip on Haryana that went to polls on May 12. The deciding factor in the state could be the Jat votes that are likely to split. Indian National Lok Dal, the main opposition in state Assembly, has undergone a slip after a bitter family feud. The JJP is likely to cute INLD and Congress’ vote share, both of whom count on Jat votes.

10 seats

BJP

6-8

INC

2-4

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Delhi Lok Sabha Elections 2019

The much talked about Delhi elections saw quite a bit of controversy ahead of polling day on May 12, especially in East Delhi where AAP’s Atishi was up against BJP’s Gautam Gambhir. The big factor in Delhi, however, is AAP and Congress’ failure to form an alliance, which would ultimately help the BJP in the national capital. BJP currently holds all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi.

7 seats

BJP

6-7

INC

0-1

AAP

0

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Uttarakhand Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Riding a Modi wave, BJP had won all five Lok Sabha seats in 2014 elections, but they face a tough fight to retain those seats this time around. BJP bigwigs Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Bhuvan Chandra Khanduri have chosen to stay away from the polls, thus harming the party’s prospects.

5 seats

BJP

4-5

INC

0-1

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

Himachal Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections 2019

BJP had won all four seats in Himachal Pradesh in 2014, but this time, as the state goes to polls on May 19, the last phase of elections, a few factors could swing the results The BJP faces anti-incumbency, but the opposition is also fraught with infighting. And this is the first Lok Sabha polls in the state which do not feature either of two former Chief Ministers and influential leaders, Congress’ Virbhadra Singh and BJP’s Prem Kumar Dhumal.

4 seats

BJP

4

INC

0

OTH

0

exit poll results (News18-Ipsos)

North East Lok Sabha Elections 2019

The BJP has made major inroads into the region were it traditionally was not strong and has managed to remove Congress from power in all the states. Will the BJP be replicate its Assembly elections magic in the Lok Sabha?

25 seats

NDA

17-19

INC

4-6

AIUDF

2

exit poll results (ABP-Nielsen)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

277

UPA

130

OTH

135

exit poll results (News Nation)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

282-290

UPA

118-126

OTH

130-138

exit poll results (Republic-CVoter)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

287

UPA

128

OTH

127

exit poll results (NewsX-Neta)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

242

UPA

164

OTH

136

exit poll results (India Today-Axis)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

339-365

UPA

77-108

OTH

69-95

exit poll results (Republic-Jan Ki Baat)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

305

UPA

124

OTH

113

exit poll results (India News)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

298

UPA

118

OTH

127

exit poll results (Times Now-VMR)

All India Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Voting for the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held in 59 parliamentary constituencies spread across 7 states and one Union Territory on 19 May. Haryana's Faridabad constituency will witness re-polling on May 19 after a BJP polling agent was arrested for allegedly trying to influence voters at a booth. Over 10 crore voters will decide the fate of 918 candidates in this phase of poll. And, around 1 lakh polling stations will be activated for the smooth conduct of polls.

542 seats

NDA

306

UPA

132

OTH

104

Assembly Election 2019 Exit Poll Results LIVE

Along with the Lok Sabha election, four states — Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim — went to the polls over the course of the seven-phase election season to vote for their next set of Members of the Legislative Assembly. The fate of the four state Assemblies will be revealed on 23 May when counting for these polls takes place.

exit poll results

Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2019

The results for the 175 Assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh that went to the polls in a single-phase election are being announced on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Voting for the 175 seats happened on April 11, 2019. Below are the exit poll results for the Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections 2019.

175 seats

TDP

90-110

YSRCP

65-79

OTH

1-5

exit poll results

Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2019

The results for the 175 Assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh that went to the polls in a single-phase election are being announced on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Voting for the 175 seats happened on April 11, 2019. Below are the exit poll results for the Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections 2019.

175 seats

YSRCP

130-135

TDP

37-40

OTH

0-1