JAN KI BAAT’s EXIT POLL ON KARNATAKA ELECTIONS 2023 SAYS BJP COULD GET 94-117 SEATS
Pradeep Bhandari released JAN KI BAAT’s Exit Poll for Karnataka Elections 2023 on ASIANET-SUVARNA NEWS on May 10th, 2023 after voting hours
JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll projects that BJP is likely to get 94-117 seats in Karnataka Elections 2023. In this close contest, Congress is projected to get anywhere between 91-106 seats and JDS is projected to get seat-share in the range of 14-24 seats and others could land up with 0-2 seats.
As per JAN KI BAAT’s Exit Poll, BJP is projected to get a vote-share of 37.5% – 39% in Karnataka Elections 2023. Congress could get projected vote- share in the range of 38%-40% and JDS’ projected vote-share is expected to be anywhere between 14%-17% in Karnataka
NO SPLIT IN LINGAYAT VOTES?
BJP is projected to get major share or LINGAYAT votes; the exit of Jagadish Shettar and Laxman Savadi hasn’t caused any major split in Lingayat votes. In fact, in Hubbali Dharwad Central Constituency – Jagadish Shettar is projected to lose to BJP’s Mahesh Tenginkai.
Congress could get anywhere between 91-106 seats in Karnataka Elections 2023, projects #JanKiBaatExitPoll. It has been released by Pradeep Bhandari on @AsianetNewsSN.#ElectionsWithPradeep @pradip103 #KarnatakaAssemblyElection2023 #KarnatakaElections pic.twitter.com/hOiSZ0SFuf
— Jan Ki Baat (@jankibaat1) May 10, 2023
PM MODI CHANGED IT ALL IN BENGALURU?
Findings of JAN KI BAAT’s Exit Poll reveal that BJP is projected to win more seats in Bengaluru region because of Modi factor. Out of 32 seats in Bengaluru Region, BJP is projected to win 17 seats, Congress could get 15 seats and JDS may not even get a single seat
JDS SHRINKING IN VOKKALIGA BELT?
JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll says that the saffron party could better its performance in the Vokkaliga dominated belt of Old Mysuru region. It is projected to get around 15 seats in this JDS stronghold.
Analysis of Exit Poll data shows JDS weakening and performing poorly even in its bastions. This factor is projected to help both Congress and BJP gain seats in the region. While Congress is projected to get 24 seats in the region and JDS could end up with 16 seats. It’s interesting to note that Congress is likely to perform much better than JDS in Old Mysuru region
BJP is projected to stay in the lead because it is projected to do well in the regions of Kittur Karnataka and Coastal Karnataka.
In Coastal Karnataka, JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll projects that BJP could end up winning in 15 seats out of 19 seats
WHO’S PROJECTED TO WIN VIP SEATS?
a) CM Basavaraj Bomai is projected to lead from Shiggaon
b) DK Shivakumar is projected to lead from Kanakapura
c) Jagadish Shettar is projected to lose from Hubli Dharwad Central
d) BS Yedurappa’s son BY Vijayendra is projected to lead from Shikaripura
e) V Somanna of the BJP is projected to lead from Chamrajnagar
VOTER TURNOUT IN KARNATAKA
As of 5 pm, Karnataka recorded an overall voter turnout of 65.58%. Ramanagaram district recorded the highest voter turnout of 78.22% till 5 pm followed by Chickaballapur which recorded a turnout of 76.64%. The district of Mandya witnessed a turnout of 75.90% and Tumkur registered 75.24% turnout till 5 pm