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00 pm: Maharashtra Congress unit refuses to accept exit polls The Maharashtra Pradesh Congess Committee (MPCC) has refused to accept exit poll figures which shows that the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) alliance will only win around 15 of 48 the Lok Sabha seats in the state. "It was also predicted in 2004 and 2009 that the anti-incumbency factor will go against us.But the people of Maharashtra stood behind the Congress and its ideology The state government ruled by the Congress and NCP has done lot of development work in the state We are of the opinion that the Congress and NCP will do a better job than shown in the exit polls" Thakare said 909 pm: CNN-IBN Lokniti gives NDA 270 – 282 seats CNN-IBN has given the NDA 270 – 282 seats the BJP 230 – 242 UPA 92-102 and Congress 72 – 82 This is the worst ever performance by the Congress party in this election CSDS – Lokniti has said that the margin of error could be around 3 percent Professor Sandeep Shastri speaking on an analytical panel said that while the numbers pointed to a upsurge for the BJP it was also indicative of an anti-Congress wave 900 pm: ABP News predicts 281 seats for NDA The second overall tally has come from ABP-Nielsen which has given 281 seats to the NDA and just 97 for UPA AAP has got 4 seats while others (which will translate to the Third Front in this case) will win 161 seats Just to contrast this with Times Now the NDA is set to win 249 seats while the UPA is set to win 148 This needless to say is a starkly different picture to what we have been seeing in the other exit polls by IBN-CSDS Lokniti and ABP-Nielsen 841 pm: BJP set to win big in Maharashtra says IBN-Lokniti poll Consistent with the projections made after the earlier pre-poll surveys conducted by Lokniti CSDS-IBNthe agency’s exit-poll for Maharashtra involving a sample size of 1798 voters shows the Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena-RPI combine winning a 44 percent share of votes up from 378 percent in the 2009 election The Congress-NCP is a distant second with 34 percent of the voteshare This translates to between 33-37 seats for theBJP alliance while the Congress is set to win between11–15 seats The Congress-NCP had been ahead by only a whisker in 2009 — the gap between the top two combines has widened considerably now arguably due to the Modi factor in one of the country’s fastes urbanising states AAP appears to have become a non-entity as the election got increasingly polarised Estimated in the final round of the prepoll opinion surveys to win 5 percent of the votes cast that projection has now been revised to 3 percent The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena will find its vote share reduced fromits 2009 numbers going from 41 percent of votes cast to 3 percent projected now by the CSDS poll Others in the fray are set to lose their share of the votes too the BSP projected to go from 48 percent of the votes cast in 2009 to 2 percent now The MNS certainly expects to put up a better performance in the state in October — that is the election the party is more invested in the LS polls appeared to be something of a lark with MNS chief Raj Thackeray first not clarifying which constituencies he will be fielding candidates from then fielding candidates against only the Shiv Sena candidates while professing his support for the BJP and its prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi This expectedly left the MNS’s traditional voter confused — if its Marathi manoos agenda remained top priority fieldng candidates against Shiv Sena candidates while supporting a win for BJP candidates simply defied logic In addition that Thackeray appeared to have suddenly given up his fight against toll collection on state highways — an issue that got him and the party wide traction and considerable support — after a conversation with the chief minister Agendaless and confused having angered the Shiv Sena by appearing to do truck with the former’s longtime ally the BJP the MNS will be looking to infuse the cadre and the strategists with fresh ideas and faces before the Assembly election 815 pm: NDA to win 249 seats UPA-148 says Times Now And Times Now – ORG has called it According to the survey the NDA is set to win 249 seats while the UPA is set to win 148 This needless to say is a starkly different picture to what we have been seeing in the other exit polls by IBN-CSDS Lokniti and ABP-Nielsen Among the biggest surprises in the Times Now survey was the fact that in Rajasthan which just saw a huge wave for Vasundara Raje the Congress is projected to win a majority The survey said that of the 25 Lok Sabha seats Congress gets 14 BJP 10 and others one If this is indeed the case this would be a massive shock for newly elected CM Vasundara Raje and the BJP in general The ABP – Nielsen survey has said that the BJP will get 22 seats Congress 2 others 1 in the state – a vastly different picture to what Times Now – ORG is painting The National projection (party wise) by Times Now – ORG is showing the BJP with 210-220 seats (within range) and the Congress with 105-120 seats 800 pm:BJP set to win 45-53 seats says CNN-IBN Lokniti The exit poll results indicate that the presence of various factors have not made the fight a close one In fact BJP led by Narendra Modi seems to have a clear edge with the closest competition in the form of SP – a party considered to be on sticky ground in the state this year The results of the Lokniti-CSDS exit polls conducted for CNN-IBN shows that the BJP’s vote share could jump by a 225 percent from its actual vote share in the 2009 polls This translates to 45-53 seats for the party The second largest party according to CNN-IBN is the Samajwadi Party with 13-17 seats while the BSP will win 10-14 seats The Congress party looks like it has been absolutely decimated with it projected to win just 3-5 seats The biggest loser predictably is the Congress The Congress and RLD’s vote-share in 2009 was 215 percent and the Lokniti-CSDS survey gives just 10 percent to the alliance this time BSP too is set to lose out on its votes it’s share sinking to 21 percent from 274 percent during the last general elections Needless to say Narendra Modi leads the PM choice race However the astonishing revival of BJP’s fortunes cannot be attributed to just Modi alone Sixty four percent of the respondents of the survey were of the opinion that they would have voted for the party even if Modi was not the party’s mascot or was not contesting from the state Actually on 17 percent of the surveys’ respondents said that Narendra Modi was a deciding factor in them voting for BJP The caste-based vote-share however provides a clear picture on what holds the key to the party’s resurgence in the state Seventy-three percent of the upper caste respondents in the CNN IBN survey said they have voted for the BJP quite predictably However 54 percent of the OBCs and 41 percent of the scheduled castes have also decided to back the BJP in the state making it evident that the Muslim votes (or the lack of them) has probably no bearing on the BJP’s fortunes this time round Only 8 percent of Muslims surveyed back the BJP where as 56 percent of their votes go to SP Only 13 percent of the Muslim votes go to Congress despite its relentless pandering to the community 730 pm: Is the Left making a comeback in West Bengal Is the Left making a comeback in West Bengal after it was decimated by the TMC in 2011 It certainly seems so TheLokniti-CSDSexit polls show that TMC’s vote share is slated to jump by at least by 7 percent from last time to 38 percent The BJP’s vote-share has gone up thanks to the ‘Modi wave’ but it is still a miniscule 15 compared to TMC’s TMC is set to get 25-31 seats the Left Front 7 to 11 seats The Congress might bag 2 to 4 seats and the BJP not more than 3 seats ABP News says that in West Bengal the TMC will get 24 seats Left 12 seats BJP 1 and Congress 5 So has the Mamata vitriol against Modi worked It certainly seems so But didi has a bigger problem According to the Times Now Exit Poll out of West Bengal’s 42 Lok Sabha seats TMC will secure 20 seats while the Left will get 15 Congress will get 5 BJP 2 She can take some comfort that her new nemesis Narendra Modi has not managed to make any inroads into the state but her old nemesis the Left seems to be hot on her heels But for now things look good for Didi In the present political narrative Bengal had stayed clear of controversies for very long following the expected line of Congress bashing and not lending support to any other party While it was not clear if Mamata would support Modi it was also not clear that she won’t Till a few weeks back when Modi decided to question why anyone would buy Mamata Banerjee’s paintings for crores The several exit polls conducted after polling ended today just goes on to prove that Modi might have made that one rare mistake TheTimes Now-ORGexit polls predicts 20 seats for the Trinamool Congress 15 for the CPM and the Congress five The BJP according to their poll will get no more than two seats in West Bengal A third poll this one conducted by ABP Nielsen for, the vote is going to Trinamool. incidents of minor scuffles between rival political parties were reported from a few polling booths, You also shoot celebrities who are not 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