Republic Double Exit Poll For Uttarakhand: BJP Projected For Clean Sweep Repeat, CVoter And Jan Ki Baat Project Congress To Draw Another Blank

Uttarakhand Lok Sabha Elections

India's biggest double exit poll, conducted on-ground at polling booths across the country by the nation's biggest pollsters CVoter and Jan Ki Baat, presents a statistically significant projection for the country.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Thirty-eight days after it began, the polling in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections has concluded on Sunday, bringing to an end the largest festival of democracy anywhere in the world. Spread across seven phases throughout the 29 states and 7 Union Territories, the 2019 elections will decide the fate of the 542 Lok Sabha seats (excluding the Vellore constituency where elections were countermanded over alleged use of cash by DMK). Now, the final chapter in the polls remains as the country awaits to know the composition of the 17th Lok Sabha which and consequently, the next government of India. Ahead of the critical vote-counting on May 23, however, amid the slog overs of the general elections, Republic Media Network has brought to its viewers a mega double exit poll which presents a projection on what the final outcome may be.

India's biggest double exit poll, conducted on-ground at polling booths across the country by the nation's biggest pollsters CVoter and Jan Ki Baat, presents a statistically significant projection for the country, including granularity to the level of individual states and union territories.

Uttarakhand has 5 Lok Sabha Constituencies in total. All the constituencies voted in 2019 General Elections during the first phase of polling on April 11. During 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, the state elected BJP candidates from all its 5 constituencies, giving them an overwhelming victory. Will BJP continue it's winning streak even in 2019?

Here are the projections for the state of Uttarakhand:

C-Voter:

Now, as per the predicted figure, it is clear that NDA will continue to have its stronghold in the state. It is projected that NDA will all the five parliamentary seat in the state whereas UPA will be left empty-handed.  

Here's the vote share projection:

NDA- 57.2%

UPA- 32.3%

Jan Ki Baat projection:

According to Jan Ki Baat projection, the picture is similar to the C-Voter prediction. NDA is likely to sweep the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections with a clear majority. 

Here's the seat share projection:

NDA- 5 seats

UPA- 0 seas

Read: Republic Double Exit Poll For West Bengal: Major Inroads Projected For BJP In Mamata Banerjee's Bastion, Trinamool Likely To Come Down From 2014 High In 2019 Lok Sabha Polls

Here's how Uttarakhand voted in the last three elections in the state:

A voter turnout of 61.50 percent was recorded in Uttarakhand which went to polls in the first phase of Lok Sabha elections. According to final polling percentage released by the Election Commission after collating data received from remote corners of the hill state, a total of 61.50 percent of the 78.56 lakh voters exercised their franchise on the polling day. The final polling percentage in Uttarakhand released by the poll body is only slightly lower than 61.67 percent voter turnout recorded in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. Giving the break-up of the final polling percentage on all the five seats of the state, the commission said Haridwar recorded the highest turnout of 68.92 percent followed by Nainital which recorded a turnout 68.69 percent. 

The outcome of seats keenly awaited are Nainital where former chief minister Harish Rawat battled state BJP president Ajay Bhatt, Tehri where sitting BJP MP Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah was challenged by PCC president Pritam Singh and Pauri where former BJP MLA Tirath Singh Rawat took on sitting party MP BC Khanduri's son Manish who debuts as a Congress candidate. 

The election story so far:

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, especially West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee 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.

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking a second term in the office, addressed a total of 144 rallies and roadshows this election season, Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed 125 rallies in the 2019 polls with the elections also marking the entry of his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as an official member of the Congress.  

There were controversies galore over the course of the polls, ranging from poll violence being witnessed in each of the 7 phases of voting in Bengal, to some shocking statements from leaders across parties, with the likes of Azam Khan, Yogi Adityanath, Maneka Gandhi and others being struck down on by the Election Commission, and others, like Sam Pitroda, Sadhvi Pragya and Kamal Haasan triggering mass outrage. 

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. 

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