BJP to return to glory in Uttar Pradesh; Congress likely to form government in Uttarakhand: Exit Polls

The assembly elections in five states — Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand, and Manipur — culminate on March 7 with the seventh and final phase of voting in Uttar Pradesh. The results of the five state elections will be released on March 10. Exit polls, on the other hand, provide a decent indication of how the high-stakes conflicts on D-Day would play out.

In Uttar Pradesh, Polstrat anticipates a BJP victory. According to Polstrat, the BJP and its allies will win 211-225 of the 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh, while the SP and its allies will win 146-160, the BSP will win 14-24, and the Congress will get 4-6. Exit polls suggest that the BJP will maintain power in Uttar Pradesh despite a smaller majority.


According to Matrize, the BJP and its allies will win 262-277 of Uttar Pradesh’s 403 seats. The SP and its allies will receive 140 votes, while the BSP will receive only 17. In UP, 202 is the majority mark.

According to NewsX’s exit poll for Uttarakhand, the Congress would win 33-35 seats, with the BJP coming in second with 31-33. In the state, the AAP will receive between 0 and 3 seats. The ruling BJP might win between 32 and 41 seats.

According to Jan Ki Baat exit polls, the ruling BJP may receive between 32 and 41 percent of the vote, the Congress may receive between 27 and 35 percent of the vote, the AAP may receive between 0 and 1 percent of the vote, and others may receive between 0 and 4 percent of the vote.