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Peacs Exit Poll: Close fight in Bengal & Assam, Stalin led DMK may sweep elections in Tamil Nadu

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Srinagar, Apr 30, KNT: Peacs Research or ‘Platform for Election Analysis & Community Studies’ have predicted a neck to neck fight between BJP and TMC in West Bengal, however giving an edge to Mamta Benerji led Trinmool Congress.

Peacs in its poll analysis has also predicted close fight between BJP and Congress with a slight edge to BJP.

As per the Peacs Exit Poll-2021, Stalin led DMK will make a clean sweep in Tamil Nadu while Left Democratic Party (LDF) will emerge victorious in Kerala.

According to Peacs Exit Poll, Stalin-led DMK is set to sweep the state and is expected to win anywhere between 170-180 seats, while the AIADMK and its allies are predicted to win 40-50 seats.

In West Bengal ruling TMC, led by Mamata Banerjee may grab 145-155 seats and the BJP will be limited to 130 to 140 seats in the Assembly of 291 seats. INC may get 12 to 24 seats in West Bengal. According to Exit poll, TMC may get 41% of vote share compared to BJP that will take 39%.

In Kerala Peacs Exit Poll shows that the left front is all set to beat the 40-year anti-incumbency trend and may win by a huge margin. LDF may get 70-80 seats, and the UDF a meagre 60-70 seats.

In Assam there may be neck to neck fight between BJP and Indian National Congress. BJP and Congress led Grand Alliance both may grab 60 to 70 seats. (KNT)


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