Jharkhand Exit Polls LIVE: Cong-JMM-RJD likely to get 38-50 seats, predicts Axis My India
he Jharkhand assembly election was held in five rounds. There are a total of 81 assembly seats in Jharkhand.
New Delhi: The 81-member Jharkhand assembly is headed for a hung house, predicts IANS-CVoter-ABP in its Exit Poll.
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) in alliance with Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal is projected to win 35 seats, while the BJP is likely to bag 32, leading to a hung assembly in the state.
JVM are AJSU may grab 3 and 5 seats respectively.
The BJP will find it difficult to form the government as it falls short of majority. AJSU chief Sudesh Mahta and JVM chief Babulal Marandi may emerge as kingmakers in the hung assembly.
Axis My India Survey:
The India Today-Axis My India Jharkhand exit polls results 2019 is based on a sample size of 12,489, comprising 76 per cent men and 24 per cent women.
Axis My India has predicted 38-50 seats for Congress-JVM-RJD alliance, suggesting that it will storm to power in the state. This means ouster of Raghubar Das government after 5 years of governance.
# In the 2014 Jharkhand assembly election BJP won 37 seats, while the Congress won 6 seats. The remaining 38 seats were won by state parties.
# 70.83 percent votes recorded in 5th and final phase. Average 65.76 percent votes registered in total five-phased polls for Jharkhand.
In 2014 Jharkhand assembly election, BJP had won 37 seats while Congress won 6 seats. The remaining 38 seats were won by state parties.
Voting for the final phase of the five-phase Assembly election took place in 16 constituencies in Jharkhand.