Mizoram Assembly election exit poll results 2018: MNF to make major gains with hung Assembly on the cards

The Mizoram Assembly election exit poll is in and the surveys so far predicts major gains for the Mizo National Front (MNF).

FP Staff December 07, 2018 19:38:49 IST
Mizoram Assembly election exit poll results 2018: MNF to make major gains with hung Assembly on the cards

The Mizoram Assembly election exit poll is in and the surveys so far predicts major gains for the Mizo National Front (MNF).

The Republic-CVoter survey has predicted between 14 and 18 seats for the ruling Congress, 16 to 20 seats for the MNF and three to seven seats for the 3-7 for Zoram People's Movement. The 40-seat Assembly has a majority mark of 21. The NewsX-NETA survey gives the Congress 15 seats, 19 to the MNF and its allies and six for other parties. Times Now-CNX has predicted 16 seats for the Congress, 18 for MNF and allies, and six for other parties.

Congress MNF Others
Times Now-CNX 16 18 6
Republic-CVoter 14-18 16-20 3-7
NewsX-NETA 15 19 6

This election is part of five Assembly polls across the country that form the final election season ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Whether or not these polls will have any impact on the mandate of May next year still remains to be seen. The results of all five elections will be out on 11 December.

Follow all the latest updates from the Mizoram Elections here

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