On Sunday, Republic Media Network released its double exit polls with Yashwant Deshmukh's CVoter and Pradeep Bhandari's Jan Ki Baat. Both the exit polls showed that the BJP would make a stunning comeback. The CVoter predicted NDA to win 287 seats whereas the Jan Ki Baat 305 seats.
Pradeep Bhandari now brings the seat-by-seat exit poll for Madhya Pradesh through the Jan Ki Baat exit poll.
Jan Ki Baat had predicted that the NDA will win 24 seats in the state while the CVoter would win 22 seats.
In 2014, the BJP had recorded its best performance ever in the state, winning 27 of the 29 Lok Sabha seats with a vote-share of 54%. The predictions from both CVoter and Jan Ki Baat show that NDA will win huge number of seats but will not achieve the kind of victory it did in 2014. The Congress, despite winning the assembly polls in late 2018, scrapes by winning seats in single digit.
CVoter exit poll:
CVoter Vote share:
Jan Ki Baat survey -
NDA: 21-24 (22)
UPA: 5-8 (7)
READ | Republic Double Exit Poll For Madhya Pradesh: NDA Projected To Bounce Back After Assembly Poll Setback By Both Jan Ki Baat And CVoter, UPA Projected For Alarming Slide Within Months Of Being On A High
The Guna seat has been held by Congress' Jyotiraditya Scindia since 1999 and he is predicted to win it in 2019. However, he is likely to win it with a smaller margin, owing to unresolved issues with regards to farm waiver promise not being fulfilled, and lack of development in the seat. He is fighting against Congress turncoat Dr KP Yadav who is fighting on BJP ticket.
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