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EXIT Polls in 2014, Is this repeated in 2019?

EXIT Polls in 2014, Is this repeated in 2019?
EXIT Polls in 2014, Is this repeated in 2019?
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Hardly one week is there for getting AP people verdict. May 23rd is the judgement day to know the new Prime Minister of india and New Chief Minister of AP. May 19th is the last phase of the general elections and EXIT Poll results from various news channels would come out by 6 pm on May 19th.  As usual, both YSRCP and TDP parties claim victory themselves. YSRCP leaders are so confident that jagan would become new Chief Minister of AP and entire party structure shifted from Lotus Pond to Amaravathi.

Channels predictions in 2014 were different from the Actual figuers in AP. All most all agencies (National and Regional) predict that YSRCP would form the government in AP in their EXIT Polls but TDP take the charge and form the government. Lagadapati Survey only predict that CBN’s victory in AP. That’s the reason CBN tole to party cadre not to worry about EXIT Poll results on May 19th and assured TDP victory in 2019 elections. Now we can check the EXIT poll results in 2014.

Agency

YSRCP – Assembly

TDP – Assembly

YSRCP – Parliament

TDP - Parliament

NDTV

80-100

75-95

12

13

C-Voter

 

 

14

9

CNN-IBN

 

 

14

11

GSR

 

 

9-14

11-16

Prajashakti + Indian News Express + 10Tv

89

82

14

11

NTV-Neilsen

110+

56

 

 

Lagadapati

115-125

55-65

6-8

19-21

 


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