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Lok Sabha Election Results 2019


  • NDA

    349

  • BJP

    303

  • UPA

    82

  • BSP

    10

  • INC

    52

  • TDP

    3

  • YSRCP

    22

  • DMK

    23

  • AIADMK

    1

  • SP

    5

  • SHS

    18

  • BJD

    12

  • CPM

    3

  • AAP

    1

  • AITC

    22


Won 204553
Won 607506
Won 231188
Won 682692
Won 739229
Won 706367
Won 866482
Won 519055
Won 696156
Won 504206
Parties
BJP
INC
AIADMK
AITC
BJD
SHS
TDP
TRS
YSRCP
CPM
2019: Winning Status
2014: Sitting MP
StatesTotalParty 1SeatsParty 2SeatsParty 3Seats

Exit Poll Results 2019 Live Updates



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PollstersNDABJPUPAINCOthers
TIMES NOW - VMR306-132-104
ABP - ACNielsen-267-127148
India TV - CNX     
Today's Chanakya340 (+/-14)291 (+/-14)70(+/-9)57(+/-9)133(+/-11)
RepublicTV - C Voter287-128-127
Republic Bharat - Jan Ki Baat305-124-113
News Nation-282-290-118-126130-138
India Today-Axis     
Chintamani - 5 Dots3472858953107

State Wise Exit Poll Results - Lok Sabha Elections 2019

You can find Constituency Wise Exit Poll Results in the below links - Chintamani5Dots Constituency Wise Exit Poll

StateStateState
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Exit Poll 2019Haryana Exit Poll 2019Nagaland Exit Poll 2019
Andhra Pradesh Exit Poll 2019Himachal Pradesh Exit Poll 2019Odisha Exit Poll 2019
Arunachal Pradesh Exit Poll 2019Jammu and Kashmir Exit Poll 2019Puducherry Exit Poll 2019
Assam Exit Poll 2019Jharkhand Exit Poll 2019Punjab Exit Poll 2019
Bihar Exit Poll 2019Karnataka Exit Poll 2019Rajasthan Exit Poll 2019
Chandigarh Exit Poll 2019Kerala Exit Poll 2019Sikkim Exit Poll 2019
Chhattisgarh Exit Poll 2019Lakshadweep Exit Poll 2019Tamil Nadu Exit Poll 2019
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Exit Poll 2019Madhya Pradesh Exit Poll 2019Telangana Exit Poll 2019
Daman and Diu Exit Poll 2019Maharashtra Exit Poll 2019Tripura Exit Poll 2019
Delhi Exit Poll 2019Manipur Exit Poll 2019Uttar Pradesh Exit Poll 2019
Goa Exit Poll 2019Meghalaya Exit Poll 2019Uttarakhand Exit Poll 2019
Gujarat Exit Poll 2019Mizoram Exit Poll 2019West Bengal Exit Poll 2019

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase 2 - Opinion Poll by Chintamani Shastri


S. No.StateSeatsBJP SeatsCong SeatsOther Parties
1Assam532 
2Bihar5  JDU 3, MGB 2
3Chattisgarh312 
4J&K21 NC 1
5Karnataka1383JD 2
6Maharashtra1042Shiv Sena 3, NCP 1
7Orissa52 BJD 3
8Other NE22  
9Other UT1  NRC 1
10Tamilnadu3933DMK 20, AIADMK 13
11Uttar Pradesh86 MGB 2
12West Bengal32 TMC 1
Total 963212

Chintamani5Dots Opinion Poll for Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Popular psephologist and political analyzer Mr. Chintamani along with 5Dots carried out an intensive opinion poll for our portal. The poll suggests that the Bhartiya Janta Party is set to lose nothing whereas the Congress would gain marginally. In 2014, the BJP became the first party to get a clear majority on its own after a period of 30 years. The BJP got 282 seats in the previous elections. According to the survey, the BJP is set to gain 271 seats just one short of the clear majority. The NDA is expected to get 335 seats whereas UPA will not be able to cross the 100-mark again.

S. No.StateSeatsBJP SeatsBJP VSCong SeatsCong VSOthers SeatsOthers VSOther Parties
1Andhra Pradesh2506%04%2581%YSRCP 19, TDP 6
2Assam14832%121%4 AUDF 2, AGP 1, BPF 1
3Bihar 401526%213%23 JDU 13, LJP 6, RJD 4
4Chattisgarh11340%843%0  
5Goa 2246%031%0  
6Gujarat 262656%032%0  
7Haryana 10848%131%0 JJP 1
8Himachal Pradesh 4454%034%0  
9J&K 6226%122%0 NC 3
10Jharkhand 14845%231%4 AJSU 1, JMM 2, JVM 1
11Karnataka281945%731%2 JDS 1, Ind (BJP support) 1
12Kerala20122%1132%8 UDF 4, LDF 4 (CPM 4)
13Madhya Pradesh292349%639%0  
14Maharashtra482329%421%21 SS 17, NCP 4
15Orissa211341%09%8 BJD 8
16Punjab13017%1047%3 SAD 3
17Rajasthan252148%434%0  
18Tamilnadu3937%511%31 DMK 15, AIADMK 10, PMK 3, AMMK 3
19Telangana17113%021%16 TRS 15, AIMIM 1
20Uttar Pradesh805545%111%24 SP 15, BSP 8, Apna Dal 1
21Uttrakhand5555%034%0  
22West Bengal421537%222%25 TMC 25
23Other NE115-0-6 NDA 6
24Delhi7747%025%0  
25Other UT64-1-1 NRC 1
Total 54327133.5%6619.5%  Others - 206
*Margin (+/- 12) |Chintamani on Twitter|

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Assembly Elections Opinion Poll 2018 (Elections.in Vs Others) - Poll of Exit Polls

StateStateTotal SeatsFor MajorityBJPCongressTRSBSPOthers
Elections.inMadhya Pradesh23011613091--9
Weighted average of other Exit polls Madhya Pradesh  110109-29
Elections.inRajasthan19910058130--11
Weighted average of other Exit polls Rajasthan  78110-110
Elections.inTelangana11960114258-8
Weighted average of other Exit polls Telangana  53967-8
Elections.inChhatisgarh90465233--5
Weighted average of other Exit polls Chhatisgarh  4142-43

Madhya Pradesh Election Results 2018 - Post Poll Analysis (District-Wise)

Constituency NameBJPINCIND/Other Party
Sheopur *110
Morena231
Bhind131
Gwalior240
Datia210
Shivpuri230
Gunna031
Ashok Nagar120
Sagar530
Tikamgarh311
Chhatrapur231
Damoh310
Panna120
Satna421
Rewa431
Sidhi220
Singrauli210
Shahdol210
Anuppur210
Umaria200
Katni220
Jabalpur530
Dindori200
Mandla120
Balaghat240
Seoni220
Narsinghpur220
Chhindwara250
Betul320
Harda200
Hoshangabad310
Raisen220
Vidisha320
Bhopal520
Sehore301
Rajgarh320
Agar200
Shajapur210
Dewas410
Khandwa310
Burhanpur200
Khargone420
Barwani310
Alirajpur200
Jhabua210
Dhar331
Indore630
Ujjain430
Ratlam410
Mandsaur220
Neemuch210
TOTALBJP: 130Congress: 91Others: 9
*5Dots (Elections.in) - Chitamani Poll (+/-8)

Exit Poll Madhya Pradesh Election Results 2018

BJPCongressBSPOthers
Elections.in13091-9
Republic TV- Jan ki Baat108-12895-11507
Times Now- CNX1268969
Republic TV- C Voter90-106110-12606-22
ABP News- CSDS94126010
News Nation108-112105-109011-15
News X- Neta10611248
India TV- CNX122-13086-924-88-10
News 24- Pace Media10312502
India Today- Axis My India102-120104-1221-33-8

Chhattisgarh Election Results 2018 - Post Poll Analysis (Parliament Constituency-Wise)

RegionParliamentary ConstituencyNo. of SeatsBJPCongressOthers
Chhattisgarh NorthSurguja, Raigarh, Korba241572
Chhattisgarh CentralJanjfir-Champa, Bilaspur, Raipur, Durg3418133
Chhattisgarh SouthMahasamund, Rajnandgaon, Bastar, Kanker321913-
 TOTAL9052335
*5Dots (Elections.in) - Chitamani Poll (+/-5)

Exit Poll Chhattisgarh Election Results 2018

BJPCongressBSP+Others
Elections.in5233-5
Republic TV- Jan ki Baat40-4837-435-60-1
Times Now- CNX463572
Republic TV- C Voter35-4340-503-70-Jan
ABP News- CSDS523503
News Nation38-4240-444-80-4
News X- Neta434061
India TV- CNX42-5032-386-81-3
News 24- Pace Media365004
India Today- Axis My India21-3155-6504-8

Rajasthan Election Results 2018 - Post Poll Analysis

Region District Total Seats BJPCongressOthersRemarks
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Jaisalmer2200-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Barmer 7061-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Jalore5131-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Sirohi3120-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Pali6420-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Jodhpur10370-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan)Nagaur10181-
Marwar (Western Rajasthan) TOTAL=4310303-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)Bikaner7241-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)GangaNagar6051-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)Hanumangarh5230-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)Churu6240-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)Jhunjhunu7250-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan)Sikar8251-
Bikana-Shekhawati (North Rajasthan) TOTAL=3910263-
Jaipur-Ajmer-Tonk (Central Rajasthan)Jaipur198101-
Jaipur-Ajmer-Tonk (Central Rajasthan)Ajmer7340-
Jaipur-Ajmer-Tonk (Central Rajasthan)Tonk4130-
Jaipur-Ajmer-Tonk (Central Rajasthan) TOTAL=3012171-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Dausa5221-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Alwar102521 Countermanded
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Bharatpur7250-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Dholpur4220-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Karauli4220-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33Sawai Madhopur4130-
Matsya (East Rajasthan) - Polling 33 TOTAL=34111931 Countermanded
Hadoti (S-E Rajasthan)Bundi3021-
Hadoti (S-E Rajasthan)Kota6330-
Hadoti (S-E Rajasthan)Baran4130-
Hadoti (S-E Rajasthan)Jhalawar4220-
Hadoti (S-E Rajasthan)TOTAL=76101-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Chittor6150-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Pratapgarh2180-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Banswara4220-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Dungarpur5340-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Udaipur9180-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Rajsamand4220-
Mewar (South Rajasthan)Bhilwara7340-
Mewar (South Rajasthan) TOTAL=379280-
OVERALL TALLY 20058130111 Countermanded
*5Dots (Elections.in) - Chitamani Poll (+/-5) [Provisional Data]

Exit Poll Rajasthan Election Results 2018

BJPCongress+BSP+Others
Elections.in53131016
Republic TV- Jan ki Baat83-10381-101015
Times Now- CNX8510527
Republic TV- C Voter52-68129-14505-11
ABP News- CSDS83101015
First India Rajasthan83110-115015-25
News X- Neta65-7011207
India TV- CNX80100-1101-36-8
News 24- Pace Media80-90110-12005-15
News Nation70-8099-10305-9
India Today- Axis My India89-93119-1411-33-8

Telangana Election Results 2018 - Post Poll Analysis

RegionDistrictTotal SeatsTRSCongress+BJPOthers
North Telangana (Old District)Adilabad106310
North Telangana (Old District)Medak108200
North Telangana (Old District)Karimnagar1310210
North Telangana (Old District)Nizamabad97110
North Telangana (Old District)Nizamabad127500
North Telangana (Old District) TOTAL=54381330
Greater Hyderabad Ranga Reddy147520
Greater Hyderabad Hyderabad152337
Greater Hyderabad TOTAL=299857
South Telangana Mahbubnagar144820
South Telangana Nalgonda125610
South Telangana Khammam 102800
South Telangana TOTAL=36112230
OVERALL TOTAL  1195842117
*5Dots (Elections.in) - Chitamani Poll (+/-5) [Provisional Data]

Exit Pol Telangana Election Results 2018

TRSCongress+BJPOthers
Elections.in5842117
Republic TV- Jan ki Baat50-6538-524-78-14
Times Now- CNX663779
TV9 Telugu- AARA75-8525-352-37-11
Republic TV- C Voter48-6047-5951-13
News Nation53-5751-551-54-12
TV 9- C.P.S.84-8919-2129
News X- Neta5746610

Phase 1 - Chhattisgarh Prediction/ Opinion Poll


Opinion Poll


Seat Tally - 18 Seats

  • BJP - 12; Congress - 6; BSP+ - 0

  • Vote Percentage

  • BJP - 44%; Congress - 41%; BSP+ - 8%

  • Seats in Phase 1
    No. of the Assembly ConstituencyName of the Assembly ConstituencyName of the Districts
    73KhairagarhRajnandgaon
    74Dongargarh (SC)Rajnandgaon
    75RajnandgaonRajnandgaon
    76DongargaonRajnandgaon
    77KhujjiRajnandgaon
    78Mohla-Manpur (ST)Rajnandgaon
    79Antagarh (ST)Uttar Bastar(Kanker)
    80Bhanupratappur (ST)Uttar Bastar(Kanker)
    81Kanker (ST)Uttar Bastar(Kanker)
    82Keshkal (ST)Kondagaon
    83Kondagaon (ST)Kondagaon
    84Narayanpur (ST)Narayanpur / Bastar (Jagdalpur) / Kondagaon
    85Bastar (ST)Bastar(Jagdalpur)
    86JagdalpurBastar(Jagdalpur) / Sukuma
    87Chitrakot (ST)Bastar(Jagdalpur) / Sukuma
    88Dantewada (ST)Dakshin Bastar (Dantewada)
    89Bijapur (ST)Bijapur
    90Konta (ST)Sukuma

    WHY MP, CHHATTISGARH AND RAJASTHAN WILL VOTE DIFFERENTLY - Chintamani Shastri


    Opinion poll 2018

    The die is cast. The last round of State elections before the 2019 General Elections have been announced. We will know how the cookie crumbles on 11th December.

    We at elections.in have done our calculations. The results are as follows:

    StateTotalBJPCongressOthers
    Rajasthan2003814121
    Madhya Pradesh2301338017 (BSP: 7)
    Chhattisgarh90552510
    Telangana117852210

    Rajasthan:

    The reason BJP is losing Rajasthan is simply one: Vasundhara Raje. Her record of poor governance combined with naked corruption and unparalleled arrogance in the modern era means that there is no way even Modi can overcome the deep hatred that has built up against her. Never in the history of BJP has every single core voter group turned against it, as it has this time. Almost every feedback pointed to this result, but Modi and Shah in their wisdom chose to ignore this. Maybe they could not muster the courage to take on the haughty Maharani. So, they will pay for their insolence.

    One might also say that they can see it coming but can't control as it was the case in Punjab. So, the best option is to ignore and play blame games after elections. Check Rajasthan Opinion/Exit Poll 2018

    Madhya Pradesh:

    MP will return BJP for the very reason it is getting rejected in Rajasthan. Shivaraj Chauhan's rootedness, and accessibility has blunted a 15-year anti-incumbency. Congres's inability to bring a genuine challenger to the fore is another reason. The Big Three are still devising a way to checkmate each other.

    BSP will hurt Congress in Chambal and Bundelkhand. In spite of relative inefficiency of the Government and some disappointment in the BJP's core group at BJP's neglect of the Core Hindu Issues, Shivraj Singh Chauhan's public connect will win the day for BJP in Madhya Pradesh. Check Madhya Pradesh Opinion/Exit Poll 2018

    Chhattisgarh:

    Chhattisgarh has been a traditionally close race between BJP and Congress. However, the BSP-Jogi alliance is going to hurt Congress big time. For the first time in 15 years, the voting percentage gap between the two is likely to increase to 5% because of the Jog-BSP combine. Raman Singh continues to be popular, in spite of the 15-year anti-incumbency. Like Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Raman Singh is also adept at anger management. This makes it possible for him to tackle anti-incumbency. Congress lacks local leadership, which also makes it difficult for it to mount an effective challenge. Check Chhattisgarh Opinion/Exit Poll 2018

    Last Updated on May 20, 2019