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Relief for UPA in Tamil Nadu As Cong-DMK Alliance Set to Win Big

Here are the 2019 exit poll results for Tamil Nadu, Karanataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

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In Tamil Nadu, the main contest is between the DMK and AIADMK. The Lok Sabha polls in Tamil Nadu's Vellore parliamentary constituency were rescinded after the Income Tax (I-T) department seized unaccounted cash from a DMK functionary’s cement warehouse.

The TDP, YSRCP and Jana Sena Party have locked horns in Andhra Pradesh, which sends 25 seats to the Lok Sabha. The southern state also went for Assembly elections.

Meanwhile, in Telangana with 17 constituencies, the BJP and the Congress are trying to dent the hold of the ruling TRS.

The Congress, CPI(M) and BJP are the parties in the fray in Kerala with 20 constituencies while the BJP, Congress and JD(S) are at loggerheads in Karnataka, which sends 28 representatives to the Lok Sabha.

Here are what the six exit poll surveys – Chanakaya-News24, Axis My India- India Today, Nielsen- ABP, Times-VMR , CNN-IPS and CVoter – predict for each of the states in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

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Tamil Nadu

India Today-Axis

The DMK, which suffered a major debacle in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, will make a grand comeback in the 2019 general elections as the party-led alliance will get about 34 to 38 seats in Tamil Nadu, the India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicted on Sunday.

Tamil Nadu Exit Poll by India Today.
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Times Now-VMR

Tamil Nadu Exit Poll by Times Now.
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CNN-IPSOS

Tamil Nadu Exit Poll by CNN News18.
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CVoter

Tamil Nadu Exit Poll by CVoter.
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News24-Chanakya

Tamil Nadu Exit Poll by Chanakya.
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Kerala

In Kerala, out of the 20 seats, the Congress+ faction is taking the majority, according to all the exit polls except the CNN-IPSOS, which predicted the Left+ faction as the leader in the state. The BJP doesn’t win more than one seat in any of the polls.

India Today-Axis

Times Now-VMR

CNN-IPSOS

CVoter

News24-Chanakya

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Karnataka

Congress, who managed to form a government in Karnataka Assembly polls last year, forging a post-poll alliance with JD(S), is seemed to have crashed out in Karnataka, with all the six polls showing the party behind BJP by a significant margin. The closest margin was shown by ABP’s Nielsen survey, with a difference of two seats - 13 seats against BJP’s 15.

India Today-Axis

Times Now-VMR

CNN-IPSOS

ABP-Nielsen

CVoter

News24-Chanakya

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Andhra Pradesh

Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu's TDP and YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s YSRCP will have a close fight in Andhra Pradesh, if the exit polls are to be believed.

Out of the five Exit Poll results, three have been in favour of the YSRCP and two have shown TDP ahead.

India Today-Axis

Times Now-VMR

CNN-IPSOS

CVoter

News24-Chanakya

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Topics:  Telangana   Tamil Nadu   KARNATAKA 

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