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Here are the predictions – Election 2014

Published on: May 12, 2014 | Updated on: December 1, 2018

Lok Sabha Election 2014 Exit Poll

The predictions are out for the 2014 elections, as the last day of voting is behind us and there’s a storm of exit polls. While individual surveys show some variance, there seems to be overwhelming agreement that the BJP is going to form the next government at the centre. What can the BJP and allies expect? A sweet 272!

Here’s the detailed breakup:

S. No. State BJP Congress Others
1 Assam 8 5 1 AUDF
2 Arunachal 1 1 0
3 Tripura 0 0 2 (CPM)
4 Mizoram 0 1 0
5 Manipur 1 1 0
6 Nagaland 0 0 1 (NDF-NDA)
7 Meghalaya 0 1 1 (NPP-NDA)
8 Sikkim 0 0 1 (Chamling)
9 West Bengal 2 2 29 TMC, 9 CPM
10 Orissa 8 2 11 BJD
11 Andamans 1 0 0
12 Bihar 24 1 5 LJP-NDA, 10 RJD-UPA, 0 JD(U)
13 Jharkhand 11 1 2 JMM-UPA
14 UP 60 2 6 BSP, 10 SP, 2 AD-NDA
15 Uttarakhand 5 0 0
16 Chhattisgarh 9 2 0
17 MP 27 2 0
18 Gujarat 26 0 0
19 Rajasthan 21 2 2
20 Maharashtra 19 7 16 SHS, 1 RSS-NDA, 1 RPI, (NDA), 4 NCP-UPA
21 Karnataka 16 10 2 JD(S)
22 Kerala 0 7 10 CPM, 1 IUML, 2 Other LDF
23 Tamil Nadu 5 0 16 AIADMK, 10 DMK; 2 DMDK, 3 PMK, 3 MDMK (NDA)
24 Puducherry 0 0 1 NRC-NDA
25 Goa 2 0 0
26 Lakshadweep 0 1 0
27 AP (Including Telangana) 4 6 YCP 7, TRS 10; TDP 14 (NDA), 1 AIMIM
28 Dadra Nagar Haveli 1 0 0
29 Daman Diu 1 0 0
30 Delhi 7 0 0
31 Haryana 4 3 1 HJC-NDA, 2 INLD
32 HP 3 1 0
33 Chandigarh 0 1 0
34 Punjab 3 3 6 SAD-NDA. 1 AAP
35 J&K 3 0 2 PDP, 1 NC-UPA
TOTAL 272 62 209 (58 NDA, 16 UPA, 29 TMC, 16 AIADMK, 6 BSP, 21 CPM, 11 BJD, 10 SP, 10 DMK, 7 YCP, 10 TRS, 15 Others)

 

Related Information:

Uttar Pradesh Election Result
West Bengal Election Results
Rajasthan Election Results
Gujarat Election Result
Maharashtra Election 2014 Results
Andhra Pradesh Election Results
Karnataka Election Result
Delhi Election Results
Tamil Nadu Election Results
Election Results


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ayush chaudhary May 16, 2014 at 12:07 pm

my vote for modi ………… abki modi sarkar

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My vote for aam aadmi party… we are the common man..

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Malay kumar choudhury May 13, 2014 at 2:52 pm

Hang perlament.

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abki baar modi sarkar

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