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Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections: Exit poll predicts YSR Congress to win 119 seats

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 20 May 2019, 02:43 PM
A poll of exit polls done by local news channels has predicted that Jaganmohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party would win 106 seats
A poll of exit polls done by local news channels has predicted that Jaganmohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party would win 106 seats

Jaganmohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party is expected to win 119-135 seats in the 175-member Andhra Pradesh Assembly, according to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll. Reddy had a fierce battle with Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu's Telugu Desam Party (TDP).  A poll of exit polls done by local news channels has predicted that Jaganmohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party would win 106 seats. The poll of polls has been collectively done by Lagadapati Exit Polls, People's Pulse and Mission Chanakya.

The exit poll is predicting TDP to win 39-51 seats in Andhra Pradesh state assembly elections. The exit poll also predicted 1-3 seats for the Jana Sena Party (JSP).

In Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections 2014, the Telugu Desam Party formed the state government having secured a majority of 102 seats.

In Lok Sabha Polls, going by the News Nation Exit Poll, the YS Jaganmohan Reddy-led YSRCP is predicted to emerge victorious with 42 per cent vote share in the state. Whereas, the TDP, BJP and the Congress are likely to get 35 per cent, 9 per cent and 7 per cent votes respectively.

When it comes to the seat sharing deal, the YSRCP, TDP, are likely to bag 15-17, 7-9 seats respectively. On the other hand, both the BJP and Congress may bag 0-2 seats each. Talking about the National Exit Poll Survey, conducted by News Nation, the BJP-led NDA will sail past the magic figure winning 282-290 seats, while UPA may get 118-126 seats.

Meanwhile, reacting to the Exit Poll, conducted by various TV channels, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu denied to accept the data, saying that time and again it has proved to be incorrect and far from ground reality in many instances.

First Published: Monday, May 20, 2019 02:31 PM
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