Aaj Tak-Axis My India Exit Poll Results For Lok Sabha Elections 2019: NDA to Win 339-365 Seats, Congress 77-108

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New Delhi, May 19: Narendra Modi will return as Prime Minister with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) crossing the majority mark in the Lok Sabha elections, according to the exit poll conducted by Aaj Tak-Axis My India. The NDA is predicted to win between 339 and 365 seats while the UPA is projected to win 77-108 seats.

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For exit poll results of Lok Sabha elections, Aaj Tak channel tied up with Axis My India, a pollster with a solid track record of predicting the electorate's mood. With the culmination of voting today, curtains will finally be drawn on the massive seven-phase polls spread over five weeks in the world's largest democracy. While the main contest is between the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), headed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress's United Progressive Alliance (UPA), regional parties such as TMC, SP, BSP, YSRCP, BJD and TRS are expected to play key role in the next government formation at the Centre. What Are Exit Polls? Know All About The Post-Poll Surveys And Predictions For Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

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Aaj Taj-Axis exit poll predictions are based on responses from more than seven lakh people in all the 542 constituencies that have voted in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Polling in Tamil Nadu's Vellore was postponed by the Election Commission following the seizure of a huge amount of cash from the parliamentary constituency. Following the exit poll numbers, political analysts and senior journalists will analyse the possible outcome of the Lok Sabha polls. Exit Poll Result of Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Why Should You Not Believe The Numbers?

The Election Commission will declare the results of Lok Sabha elections and other Assembly polls and bypolls on May 23.