assembly elections 2023
In the assembly elections of five states of the country, voting has been held in four states and now voting is on Thursday in all 119 seats of Telangana. In such a situation, all Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram are eagerly waiting for the exit polls before the assembly election results. The results of five states will come on December 3, but before that, with the end of voting for Telangana elections on Thursday, exit polls will indicate whose government is going to be formed in the five states.
Let us tell you that along with announcing the dates of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram assembly elections, the Election Commission has put a ban on exit polls till 6:30 pm on 30th November. Voting has been conducted in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram and exit polls will come in Telangana as soon as voting ends on Thursday.
Read and watch exit poll on tv9hindi.com
You will be able to see and read the exit polls of five states on TV-9 Bharatvarsh and tv9hindi.com. Not only this, there will also be information about exit poll surveys of all agencies on tv9hindi.com. With the start of exit polls from different channels and agencies on Thursday, you will be able to see all those surveys at the same time on tv9hindi.com. Apart from this, we will give information about the average of the survey of all the exit polls i.e. Poll of Polls, through which you will be able to know whose government can be formed.
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Also know the analysis of agencies’ survey
You will also be able to read and know the analysis of the survey of the exiting agencies. How much have the post-election exit polls changed from all the opinion polls that came during the elections and in which states power can change? Where in the five states can people re-establish confidence in the current government and where is the power changing? Although the opinion poll figures may be different from the results, but if we rely on the exit poll figures so far, then most of the times the exit poll results match the actual results.
This was the opinion poll survey before voting.
If we look at the opinion poll surveys that came out before voting in the elections of five states, Congress was said to have the upper hand in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and BJP was said to have the upper hand in Rajasthan. Similarly, in Telangana, a close contest was predicted between Congress and BRS, while in Mizoram, surveys were shown of a hung assembly. However, now it remains to be seen what the exit poll figures are in the five states.
BJP-Congress clash in Rajasthan
Is the Ashok Gehlot government repeating the exit poll figures in Rajasthan or is the tradition going to continue? There has been a close contest between Congress and BJP. Similarly, in Madhya Pradesh, either BJP remains in power or Congress makes a comeback. All the opinion polls in Chhattisgarh had shown Congress strong, but will the same trend remain in the exit polls also? In Telangana also, a tough contest is being expected between Congress and BRS.
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Exit polls can be shown after Telangana elections
The Election Commission had issued a notice on 31 October 2023 under Section 126-A of the Representation of the People Act, in which it had banned the broadcasting of exit poll results in all those five states till 30 November 2023. With the end of the election campaign for the first phase of seats in Mizoram and Chhattisgarh on November 5, opinion polls for the elections in all other states were also banned. Exit polls can be shown as soon as the voting of Telangana ends on 30th November.
Voting was held on all 40 seats in Mizoram on 7 November. In Chhattisgarh, in the first phase, voting was conducted on 20 seats on 7 November, while in the second phase, voting was conducted on 70 seats on 17 November. Voting was held on all 230 seats of Madhya Pradesh on 17 November. After this, voting has taken place on 200 seats in Rajasthan on 25th November. Now voting will be held on 119 seats in Telangana on Thursday. The election results of the five states will be declared on December 3, but before that the results of the five states can be predicted on Thursday evening. Whose government is being formed in five states can be estimated from the exit polls.