Republic Double Exit Poll: While CVoter Projects Chandigarh's Lone Seat For UPA, Jan Ki Baat Says It Can Go Either Way

Indian General Elections

In Chandigarh, the battle is set between the NDA alliance and the UPA alliance for the single Lok Sabha seat, which polled in a single poll phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 19.

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:

With polling in the world's largest democracy coming to an end on Sunday with the conclusion of the seventh and final round of voting in the general elections, 1.3 billion citizens of India including an estimated 900 million-strong electorate now await vote-counting on May 23 when the identities of 542 (the Vellore polls were countermanded) newly elected members to the lower house of India's Parliament will be revealed, and consequently, the process of forming the next government of India will enter its final stage. Ahead of what promises to be a thrilling May 23, Republic Media Network has broadcast the country's biggest exit poll - the double exit poll in collaboration with the nation's biggest pollsters Jan Ki Baat and CVoter - which presents a projection of what to expect on counting day, including granular projections from each of the states and union territories.

In Chandigarh, the battle is set between the NDA alliance and the UPA alliance for the single Lok Sabha seat, which polled in a single poll phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 19.

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Seat Share:

In terms of seats, UPA is projected to win the solitary seat

UPA: 1 seat

Vote Share:

The UPA is projected to lead the pack garnering 44.9% of the votes. The NDA is projected to follow with 40.3% of the votes, while the 'others' are projected to trail with 14.8% of the votes. 

UPA: 44.9%
NDA: 40.3%
Others: 14.8%

Jan Ki Baat:

Seat share:

In terms of the solitary seat, either BJP or Congress can win the seat 

UPA: 0-1 seats
NDA: 0-1 seats

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The key battle in Chandigarh: 

The key candidates in the Chandigarh constituency for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 are sitting MLA Kirron Kher of BJP and Congress' Pawan Kumar Bansal where the issue was a delay in construction of a metro in the city.

Recent political developments:

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On a national scale:

The 2019 elections saw high-octane electric campaigning from both sides as the BJP went hammer and tongs, expressing confidence at each turn that it would not only repeat but also better its tally of 282 votes from five years earlier, whereas the Congress and other Opposition parties,  also campaigned heavily though without being able to make any convincing show of unity. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking a second term in the Parliament, addressed a total of 144 rallies and roadshows this election season, Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed 125 rallies in the 2019 polls.

A number of Republic Media Network newsbreaks especially set the agenda for the polls, including the first interview of the Prime Minister's election campaign to Republic's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami and his final campaign interview to Executive Editor Abhishek Kapoor. Alongside these were the sensational #MPsOnSale sting on sitting MPs who showed themselves willing to compromise the interests of those whom they claim to represent, the Operation Karz Maafi sting that exposed the falsehood in the Congress' farm loan-waiver promise, and numerous others.

The vote counting for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls will be held on May 23. Join Arnab on Republic Media Network for non-stop coverage of the sensational conclusion to the general elections here.

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