New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The elections for the 140 Assembly constituencies across Kerala was held on April 6, with the state witnessing a total voter turnout of 74.02 per cent. Now, today the exit polls started to come as the last phase of elections Bengal concluded today. According to the exit poll surveys conducted by several exit polls agencies, the Left Democratic Front (LDF) is expected to retain its power in the state.
As per the exit polls conducted by Republic Jan Ki Baat, the LDF is expected to win 72-80 seats out of the total 140 Assembly Constituencies in the state, while the United Democratic Front (UDF) led by the Indian National Congress (INC) is predicted to win 58-64 seats out of the total. The exit poll agency predicted that the BJP-led NDA alliance in the state is expected to win 1-5 seats in the state.
Republic Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll Tally:
LDF: 72-80 seats
Congress-led UDF: 58-64 seats
BJP-led NDA: 1-5 seats
The exit polls survey conducted by India Today-Axis My India predicted that the LDF will win 104-120 seats out of the total 140 seats in Kerala, while the Congress-led UDF is expected to win 20-36 seats. The exit poll agency predicted that the BJP-led NDA will win 0-2 seats.
India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll Tally:
Congress-led UDF: 20-36
BJP-led NDA: 0-2
In the exit poll conducted by ABP-C Voter, the Left Democratic Alliance (LDF) is predicted to win 71-77, while the Congress-led UDF is expected to win 62-68 seats. Other parties in the state are predicted to win 0-2 seats.
ABP-C Voter Exit Poll Tally:
LDF: 71-77 seats
UDF: 62-68 seats
Others: 0-2 seats
In the exit poll survey conducted by TimesNow-C Voter, the UDF alliance is predicted to win 65 seats, while the Left Democratic Alliance (LDF) is expected to win 74 seats and other parties are expected to win 1.
TimesNow-C Voter Exit Tally:
UDF: 65 seats
LDF: 74 seats
Others: 1 seat
Polling in Kerala happened on April 6 to elect 140 members to the 15th legislative assembly of the state. The majority mark in Kerala is 70 seats. In Kerala, there is a three-cornered fight between the incumbent Left Democratic Front (LDF), the Congress-led UDF (United Democratic Front), and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
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