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Manipur Exit Poll 2017

India TV-C Voter 25-31 17-239 - 15
India Today-Axis16-2230-363 - 5

According the exit poll conducted by CVoter the BJP would emerge as the single largest party in Manipur falling just short of the halfway mark in the house of 60-assembly members. This would mean an end to the 15 year rule of the congress in the state. The poll has predicted 25-31 seats for the BJP and 17-23 for the congress in the house of 60 legislative members.

The India Today-Axis poll has predicted 19 seats for the BJP and 33 for the congress. The two polls gives different picture.

The CVoter results would indeed be a good news for the BJP as for the first time it would get a chance to form the government.The state had seen triangular fight between the incumbent congress and the main challenger the BJP. The third important party in the state was Irom Sharmia's PRJA party which fought the election for the first time. The actual results would be out tomorrow on the March 11.

Following is a detailed break-up of the results of different opinion polls conducted by independent media agencies:

India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Manipur 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 Manipur today.
PartySeat ShareVote Share %

Manipur Legislative Assembly Election in 2012 Party Wise Results

Party Name 
Indian National Congress (INC)42
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)1
All India Trinamool Congress7
Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP)1
Manipur State Congress Party (MSCP)5
Naga Peoples Front4

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Last Updated on Mar 09, 2017

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