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Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi likely to get a second term

Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
As we debate over whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi will get a second term or not, News Nation has conducted the biggest exit poll survey to provide you the most accurate data. According to the News Nation’s Exit Poll survey BJP-led NDA is likely to get 286 seats in Lok Sabha Elections. However, the final outcome of the Lok Sabha elections will be announced on May 23. Here, we have listed down exit poll results of some of the important states.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Karnataka Exit Poll: According to News Nation exit poll, the Amit Shah-led party is expected to win as many as 18 seats – a jump of one seat from its 2014 tally i.e 17. In the meantime, the coalition of Congress-JD(S) is likely to win 10 seats with 47 per cent vote share. It is to be noted that in 2014 Lok Sabha elections 2014, Congress was restricted to 9 seats while JD(S) managed to win only two seats (Mandya and Hassan).
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Maharashtra - The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is likely to suffer a loss in Maharashtra compared to its performance in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. According to News Nation exit poll, it is expected to emerge victorious on 34 seats – a dip of 12 seats from its 2014 tally. Meanwhile, the Congress-NCP bonhomie is likely to win 14 seats with 39 per cent vote share – a massive jump of 12 seats from 2014 when it won only two seats.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Bihar - News Nation's Exit Poll predicts 9-11 seats for UPA and 29-31 seats for BJP in Bihar.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Kerala - According to the exit poll conducted by the News Nation, the Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to make inroad in Kerala with 1-3 seats. The grand old party will holds their ground and is likely to win maximum seats (11-13 seats). The ruling state government will win 5-7 seats, according to News Nation Exit poll.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Odisha - The News Nation Exit Poll results have predicted a victory for the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) in Odisha. The Bharatiya Janata Party’s seats are likely to rise from 1 to 8-10 seats. The exit poll predicts that the Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's Biju Janata Dal (BJD) may manage to win 11-13 Lok Sabha seats. Congress, on the other hand, may drop to zero seat in Odisha.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
West Bengal - The News Nation Exit Poll predicts that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to improve its tally by bagging 10-12 seats in the state, while the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) may win 26-28 seats. The Left Front and the Congress will end up getting 18 per cent and 10 per cent of the total votes respectively.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Delhi - According to News Nation Exit Poll, BJP is likely to sweep all 7 seats in Delhi.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Tamil Nadu - News Nation Exit Poll predict a massive turn around in the Southern state of Tamil Nadu. The exit poll indicates that along with AIADMK, BJP will also suffer huge loss in the state in Lok Sabha Elections 2019. The Stalin-led party looks all set to sweep the state with 27-29 seats.
Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll 2019: Narendra Modi to get a second term
Uttar Pradesh - As predicted by pollsters and experts, the Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party ‘mahagathbandhan’ is likely to hurt the BJP’s sentiments in the politically crucial state of Uttar Pradesh. According to the News Nation Exit Poll, the BJP along with its ally Apna Dal is likely to win 39 seats in the state which sends 80 members to the Lok Sabha. On the other hand, the SP-BSP-RLD alliance is expected to win as many number of seats while the Congress may be confined to just two seats.