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ABP News Lokniti-CSDS Exit Poll: BJP likely to sweep Gujarat comfortably

Congress seems failing in presenting a solid fight to BJP. BJP is expected to get majority votes across all regions and communities

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has been ruling Gujarat for almost two straight decades, seems to get another five years in power in Gujarat. BJP is all set to repeat the performance of 2012 assembly elections even without Narendra Modi as CM candidate. Though BJP’s claims of getting more than 150 seats may not turn into reality.

According to the Exit Poll conducted by ABP News- Lokniti- CSDS, BJP is expected to form government with almost similar seats it got in 2012 assembly elections.

Overall Seat Share

 

 

Mean

Congress

60-68

64

BJP

112-122

117

Others

0-2

1

BJP is far ahead of rival Congress in all four regions of the state in terms of seats.

Seat Share in different regions of Gujarat

 

Congress

BJP

Others

Saurashtra and Kutch

16-22 (Mean-19)

31-37 (Mean-34)

0-2

South Gujarat

09-13 (Mean- 11)

21-27 (Mean-24)

0-1

North Gujarat

16-22 (Mean- 18)

32-38 (Mean-35)

0

Central Gujarat

13-19 (Mean- 16)

21-27 (Mean-24)

0

BJP’s vote share is also leaving Congress far behind which had claimed one sided victory in the elections. The contest which once was looking very close may now end up as huge defeat for Congress.

Overall Vote Percentage in Gujarat

Congress

41

BJP

49

Others

10

BJP’s votes also are not limited to some specific area. The ruling party is getting majority lead in all four regions of the state according to the exit poll. Congress is nowhere close to BJP in any area of the state.    

Vote Percentage in different regions of Gujarat

 

Congress

BJP

Others

Saurashtra and Kutch

41

49

10

South Gujarat

40

52

08

North Gujarat

42

49

09

Central Gujarat

42

47

11

The Exit Poll has been conducted on 9th and 14th December 2017 among more than 7700 respondents of 60 assembly seats of Gujarat spread across all four regions of the state.

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