Goa Exit Poll 2017
|India TV-C Voter||15-21||12 - 18||0-4||2 - 8|
|India Today-Axis||18-22||9 - 13||0 - 2||4 - 9|
The exit polls for Goa show a definite surge in the Saffron wave as the two polls conducted there unanimously predict that BJP would emerge as the single largest party though it may or may not touch the half way mark in the assembly of 40 members.
The C-Voter-India TV exit poll prediction for Goa is that it would be marginal win by BJP+ as it would secure 15-21 seats with Congress coming close second with 12-18 seats in the 40-member house.
The India Today-Axis survey gives 20 seats to the BJP and 1 to the congress. The AAP according to its finding would get seven seats. Both the surveys give marginal place to the new entrant AAP but it’s importance cannot be ruled out in case of a hung assembly. The actual results would be out on March 11.
Following is a detailed break-up of the results of different opinion polls conducted by independent media agencies:
Latest HuffPost-CVoter Pre-Poll Survey on Goa Assembly Election 2017
In Goa, the poll was conducted by CVoter using its Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing method in the fourth week of January, on a representative sample of 1,069 respondents covering all 40 seats.
|Party Name||Projected Seat Share (40)||Vote Share %|
Latest India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Goa Assembly Election 2017
|Party Name||Projected Seat Share (40)|
|Congress||12 - 14|
THE WEEK Hansa Opinion Poll on Goa
An opinion poll conducted by THE WEEK-Hansa Research has predicted a hung house in Goa. The poll predicts a hung house in Goa with the BJP likely to secure 17 to 19 seats. The congress would get 11 to 13 seats as per the predictions of the poll conducted a week ago. The new entrant AAP would merely get two to four seats while an alliance led by Maharashtra Gomantak Party is likely to get 3 to 5 seats. The poll gives two seats to independents and others one to three.
India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Goa
On the basis of a survey conducted in Goa at the end of December 2016, the India Today-Axis opinion poll has predicted that the BJP is going to get 20 to 24 seats in the 40-member state legislative assembly while the Congress may bag 13 to 15 seats. The Aam Aadmi Party, which has been running a long and hectic campaign in the coastal state, may register its presence by winning 2-4 seats. Other regional parties such as the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) might win 1-4 seats. For the chief minister's post, 35 per cent of the respondents in the survey preferred incumbent Laxmikant Parsekar while former CM Digambar Kamat of the Congress was the choice of 20 per cent respondents. Notably, 41 per cent of the respondents said BJP lost support in Goa after Manohar Parrikar went to Delhi to join the Union Cabinet as Defence Minister.
India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Goa Assembly Election 2017
Results of the India Today-Axis Opinion Poll, published on 13 October 2016, have indicated that if elections were to be held in Goa today.
|Party||Seat Share||Vote Share %|
|BJP+||17 - 21||38|
|Congress||13 - 16||34|
|AAP||1 - 3||16|
|Others||3 - 5||12|
Goa Opinion Poll 2016 by KautilyaAccording to a survey conducted by Kautilya voter intelligence survey 2016, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) would emerge as the single largest largest party in Goa if elections were held to the state legislative assembly today. The survey indicates that ruling party BJP is going increasingly out of favour though it can win back voters' confidence if Manohar Parrikar returns as the state's chief ministerial candidate.It was conducted between April to July 2016 in all 40 constituencies and 1640 polling booths of the state among 80,000 respondents. According to this survey, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) would get 14 seats out of the total 40 and emerge as the single largest largest party in Goa if elections to the state legislative assembly were to be held today.
|Party / Alliance||Seat Projection|
Goa Opinion Poll 2016 by Prudent Media
Goa Opinion Poll 2016 by VDPAssociates
|Forecast vote % and seats |
as per Opinion Poll July 2016
|Actual vote % and Seats in
the 2012 election
|Party||Seats||Vote %||Seats||Vote %|
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