Exit polls predict a win for DMK alliance
Multiple exit polls carried out by varied businesses are predicting that the DMK-led alliance in Tamil Nadu would win with a landslide and return to energy after 10 years.
Almost all of the exit polls launched on Thursday challenge the DMK alliance to win over 160 seats, whereas the AIADMK alliance is projected to win lower than 70 seats.
NDTV’s ballot of exit polls [averaging out all exit polls] tasks the DMK alliance to win 165 seats and the AIADMK alliance to get 66 seats. The AMMK alliance is projected to win one seat, and others two.
The India Today-Axis My India exit ballot tasks the DMK alliance to win between 175 and 195 seats and the AIADMK alliance to win 38-54 seats. The AMMK alliance is projected to win one to 2 seats, whereas the MNM alliance is projected to win zero to 2 seats.
The C Voter exit ballot has predicted 160-172 seats for the DMK alliance, 58 to 70 seats for the AIADMK entrance, and nil to 2 seats every for the fronts led by the AMMK and the MNM. The others are projected to win between zero and three seats.
Today’s Chanakya tasks the DMK alliance to win between 164 and 186 seats, the AIADMK alliance to win 46-68 seats and others to win zero to eight seats.
The Republic-CNX exit ballot has projected the DMK alliance to win 160-170 seats, the AIADMK alliance 58 to 68 seats and the AMMK entrance 4 to 6 seats.
Only the Jan Ki Baat ballot has projected a tighter contest, with the DMK alliance pegged at 110-130 seats and the AIADMK alliance at 102-123 seats, whereas others are projected to win about two seats.
Thanthi TV projected the DMK entrance to win 133 seats and the AIADMK entrance 68. It predicted a robust contest in 33 seats. The Congress, which is a part of the DMK alliance, is projected to win 16 seats, whereas the BJP, which is a part of the AIADMK mix, just isn’t projected to win even one seat.
In Puducherry, all of the exit polls predict a massive win for the AINRC-BJP alliance.