Uttarakhand Lok Sabha Exit Poll 2019
Uttarakhand Exit Poll 2019
Uttarakhand Exit Poll 2019
|Uttarakhand||TIMES NOW - VMR||4||1||0|
|Uttarakhand||Today's Chanakya||(5 ± 1)||(0 ± 1)||0|
|Uttarakhand||RepublicTV - C Voter||5||0||0|
|Uttarakhand||Republic Bharat - Jan Ki Baat||5||0||0|
|Uttarakhand||Chintamani - 5 Dots||5||0||0|
Election Schedule for Uttarakhand Lok Sabha General Election 2019
|State||Phase I||Phase II||Phase III||Phase IV||Phase V||Phase VI||Phase VII|
|Tehri Garhwal, Garhwal, Almora, Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar, Hardwar||I||Apr-11|
Uttarakhand Lok Sabha General Election 2019 Constituency Wise Results
|Constituency Name||Category||Winning Candidate||Winning Party|
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Uttarakhand is a state in north India and has 5 seats in the Lok Sabha of which 1 are reserved for Scheduled Castes and 0 are reserved for Scheduled Tribes. Uttarakhand also sends 3 members to the Rajya Sabha. There are 71 Assembly constituencies in the state and the last Assembly elections were held in March 2017.
According to the latest available data, there are a total of 77,17,126 eligible voters in Uttarakhand, of which 40,71,363 are male, 36,45,533 female and 230 voters of the Third Gender. The state can be divided into 3 region(s): North Uttarakhand, South Uttarakhand, Central Uttarakhand.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha election Uttarakhand will be voting in 1 phases(s): April 11, 2019.
The poll results for the Lok Sabha seats in Uttarakhand will be declared on May 23, 2019.
As per Times Now-VMR opinion poll, aired on March 19, the status quo will be maintained and both the parties will repeat the results of 2014 in the 2019 LS polls. The India TV-CNX survey, aired on March 10, also sees the BJP making a clean sweep on all five seats in the state.
However, with veteran BJP leaders Bhagat Singh Koshyari and BC Khanduri, not contesting the elections, it will be an uphill task for the BJP to retain all five seats in the state. Koshyari, the incumbent from Nanital has decided to stay out of the poll fray to give young leaders a chance and Khanduri isn’t contesting owing to health conditions.
Uttarakhand Exit Poll 2017
|India TV-C Voter||29-35||29-35||2 - 9|
|India Today-Axis||46-53||12 - 21||2 - 6|
|ABP-CSDS||34-42||23-29||3 - 9|
It is going to be an end of the Congress government in the hill state of Uttarakhand according four of the five exit polls surveys conducted here on the 9th of March. Only India news-MRC gives 38 seats to the congress and 30 seats to the BJP in the 70-member house. India TV-Cvoter gives 32 each to the BJP and the congress while others give full majority to the BJP. Today's Chankya gives maximum 53 seats to the BJP and 15 to the congress while India Today-Axis survey give 50 to the BJP and 16 to the congress.
If the predictions are proved right then it would be an end of Harish Rawat government in the state which had earlier survived an internal coup and managed to hold on. The actual results would be out on March 1 1.
Uttarakhand Assembly Elections 2017: Opinion Poll Results
|India Today-Axis||31st Jan 2017||23-27||40-44||1-4|
|India Today-Axis||5th Jan 2017||18-23||41-46||2-6|
|India Today-Axis||14th Oct 2016||26-31||38-43||1-4|
|Uttarakhand Post||10th Jan 2017||36||29||5|
|ABP News-Lokniti||5th Jan 2017||22-30||35-43||-|
Following is a detailed break-up of the results of different opinion polls conducted by independent media agencies:
Latest India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2017
|Party Name||Projected Seat Share (70)|
India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on UttarakhandAmong the five states going to polls early in 2017, Uttarakhand is the only one where there is a direct fight between the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The India Today-Axis Opinion Poll shows that the Congress will find it difficult to retain power in this hill state. The opinion poll has given BJP 41 to 46 seats in the 70-seat Uttarakhand legislative assembly. The Congress is predicted to win 18 to 23 seats while others could get 2-6 seats. The survey also showed that the BJP is way ahead of Congress and other parties in terms of vote share. While the BJP is expected to get 45 per cent of vote share, Congress may come a distant second with 33 per cent of vote share. Others just 22 per cent. The opinion poll shows that BJP's B.C. Khanduri is a popular choice for the chief minister's post. However, there is a tight contest between Khanduri and incumbent Harish Rawat. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move is not going to affect the BJP's poll prospects as a majority of respondents (79 per cent) view the note ban as good.
|BJP||41 - 46|
|Others||2 - 6|
THE WEEK Hansa Opinion Poll on UttarakhandTHE WEEK Hansa poll predicts a clear majority to the BJP which it says would get 37 to 39 seat. The ruling Congress would be in opposition with 27 to 29 seats. The BSP a weak force here would get 1 to 3 seats. The other smaller parties according to the poll would get 1 to 3 seats.
ABP-CSDS Opinion Poll Uttarakhand Election 2017
|Party||Seat Share||Votes Share %|
India Today-Axis Opinion Poll on Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2017Results of the India Today-Axis Opinion Poll, published on 13 October 2016, have indicated that if elections were to be held in Uttarakhand today.
|Party||Seat Share||Vote Share %|
Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2017 Opinion Poll by VDPAssociates*Sample Size :- Not available.
Date: 16 July 2016
|Party||Seat Share||Vote % Sharing|
Uttarakhand Region wise Vote Share
Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly Election in 2012 Party Wise Results
|Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)||31|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||32|
|Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)||3|
|Uttarakhand Kranti Dal(P) UKD(P)||1|
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