The lengthy period between polling day and election counting day in andhra pradesh has not only caused animosity among the state's political parties, but has also fueled extensive conjecture regarding the results. The rise in poll percentages compared to 2019, along with large-scale participation from neighbouring states and even from outside, has caused uncertainty among poll experts, who are unable to measure voter opinion.
However, everyone agrees on one point: the fight was intensely competitive and not one-sided. The balance might swing either way, favouring the congress PARTY' target='_blank' title='ysr congress-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>ysr congress party or the telugu Desam Party.

Some pollsters foresee a recurrence of the 2014 scenario. Back then, the tdp won 108 seats in an alliance with the bharatiya janata party and the Jana Sena party, while the YSRCP won 67.
N Raghuveera Reddy, a veteran congress politician and former president of the andhra pradesh congress Committee, predicted that whichever party wins will have a slim winning margin of roughly 95 seats.
"There is no significant wave in favour of any particular party. "It'll be a tight finish," he remarked.
Raghuveera stated that the chances could be in favour of the YSRCP.

"I believe the 2009 situation may be duplicated this time. "In the 2009 elections, the ruling congress party won by a slender margin of six seats more than the absolute majority," he stated.
According to him, the YSRCP might win a second consecutive term with a slim margin of six or seven seats more than the absolute majority. While it need a minimum of 88 MPs to return to power, Raghuveera believes it might gain 94 or 95 seats.
He also anticipated that around 100 MLAs will be elected by a narrow margin of fewer than 10,000 votes.
"Definitely, it is a close fight," he stated.

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