Exit poll results for five election-bound states telangana, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram and rajasthan came out on Thursday, giving projections of how the parties are going to perform. Exit poll portals predicted a tight fight between congress and the ruling BRS in Telangana. Voting for telangana assembly polls took place on november 30 and recorded a voter turnout of 63.94 per cent till 5 pm.

The poll of polls for telangana predicted 61 seats for congress, 44 for the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), 6 for All india Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), 7 for bharatiya janata party (BJP) and 1 for the other parties.

Jan ki Baat predicted congress as leading party with 48 to 64 seats, Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) with 40 to 55 seats, bjp with 7 to 13 seats and AIMIM with 4 to 7 seats. As per the predictions by the Poll Strategy Group (PSG), the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is predicted to lead with 53 to 58 seats, folllowed by congress with 49 to 54 seats, AIMIM with 6 to 7 seats and the bjp with 4 to 6 seats.

CNX predicted 63 to 79 seats for congress, 31 to 47 seats for the BRS, 5 to 7 for AIMIM, 0 to 2 seats for bjp and 0 for others. On the other hand, Today’s chanakya by News24 predicted 71 seats for congress, 33 for BRS, 7 for bjp and 8 for others. C-Voter by ABP predicted 49 to 65 seats for congress, 38 to 54 seats for the BRS, 5 to 9 for AIMIM and 5 to 13 seats for BJP.

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