Exit Poll Results 2022 Live: Himachal Voters Split but Gujarat Sticks to BJP

Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Exit Poll Results Live: Catch all the updates here.

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Exit Poll Results 2022 Live: Himachal Voters Split but Gujarat Sticks to BJP
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Exit Poll Results 2022 of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Elections Live Updates: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will retain an overwhelming majority in Gujarat, while Congress and BJP will be in neck-to-neck contest in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh, indicated exit polls on Monday, 5 December.

As the second and final phase of Gujarat Assembly elections drew to an end on Monday, various agencies released the exit polls for the border state and hill state, where polls were conducted on 12 November.

This is what the exit polls for both the states showed:

  • After counting of votes, the results of both the state Assembly elections will be declared on 8 December

  • A voter turnout of 65.92 percent was recorded in the Himachal Assembly elections

  • There are 68 constituencies in the hill state, so a party will need to secure 35 seats in order to ensure majority

  • Meanwhile, in Gujarat, a voter turnout of 58.68 percent was recorded till 5 pm on Monday

  • There are 182 seats in the border state, so a party will need to cross 92 seats to secure a majority

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9:52 PM , 05 Dec

BJP, People of Gujarat Scripting History: Gujarat Home Minister

Reacting to the prediction of several exit polls, Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sanghavi said that the BJP, along with the people of Gujarat, is scripting new history.

"The people of Gujarat have fought the elections more than the BJP. Our party, BJP, will further expedite the development in the state," he told news agency ANI.

9:49 PM , 05 Dec

Exit Polls Will Be Proved Wrong: AAP Gujarat CM Candidate

The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP's) Gujarat Chief Ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi said that it was difficult to predict results through exit polls.

"BJP won't form govt, we'll win over 51 seats in phase 1 while over 52 seats in phase 2. Exit polls will be proved wrong. BJP is declining in the state," he told news agency ANI.

8:37 PM , 05 Dec

Congress, BJP Race for Majority Mark in Himachal

Voters will be split between BJP and Congress in Himachal, with both the party locked into a tight contest, showed exit polls by ABP-CVoter.

The seat share in the state looks like:

  • BJP: 33-41

  • Congress: 24-32

  • AAP: 0

  • Others: 0-4

The vote share in the state is expected to look like:

  • BJP: 44.9%

  • Congress: 41.1%

  • AAP: 2.1%

  • Others: 11.9%

8:28 PM , 05 Dec

BJP Heading Towards Another Landslide Victory in Gujarat

Gujarat will see another BJP wave, while Congress will be a distant second, indicated the Times Now-ETG exit poll.

The seat share is projected to be:

  • BJP: 139

  • Congress: 30

  • AAP: 11

  • Others: 2

The vote share in the state will look like:

  • BJP - 46.7%

  • Congress -23.4%

  • AAP - 24.2%

  • Others: 5.7%

Published: 05 Dec 2022, 4:30 PM IST
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