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Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll: Nail-Biting Contest in M.P, BJP Dominance in Rajasthan, Congress Surge in Telangana & stronger than BJP in Chhattisgarh, regime change in Mizoram

As anticipation builds for the verdict of 2023 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, and Telangana, Pradeep Bhandari, unveiled the Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll results today. The comprehensive analysis provides a nuanced perspective on the political landscapes of these states, offering insights that will undoubtedly shape the discourse on December 3rd.

Madhya Pradesh: A Photo-Finish Battle

In Madhya Pradesh, the Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll suggests a neck-and-neck race between the BJP and Congress. The projection indicates that the BJP could secure anywhere between 100 to 123 seats, while Congress is anticipated to land in the range of 102 to 125 seats. This closely contested election could mirror the 2018 scenario, where both parties surpassed the 100-mark threshold.

The analysis delves further into regional dynamics, spotlighting the Malwa-Nimar region, where BJP is expected to outperform Congress with a projected 33 to 36 seats against Congress’s 29 to 31 seats. In the crucial Gwalior-Chambal region, which is considered to be the stronghold of Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia and Narendra Singh, Congress is forecasted to secure more seats than BJP, but BJP is expected to perform better than it did in the 2018 assembly elections.

Notably, JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll underscores the significance of women voters in seats with slender victory margins, emphasizing their potential decisive role in the electoral outcome.

‘Women voters will be the veto voters in Madhya Pradesh’, says Pradeep Bhandari, Founder of JAN KI BAAT

Chhattisgarh: Congress Treading Towards Majority

Moving to Chhattisgarh, the JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll paints a favorable picture for the Congress. With a projected seat share of 42 to 53, Congress is poised to be closer to the halfway mark. The BJP, on the other hand, is expected to secure 34 to 45 seats, which indicates that it could better its performance from 2018. The detailed analysis extends to reserved seats, indicating that Congress could claim 17 out of 29 ST seats, while BJP may secure 11. In the 10 SC seats, BJP is anticipated to win 6, with Congress securing 4.

Rajasthan: BJP Set to Form Government

In Rajasthan, the Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll predicts a decisive victory for the BJP, projecting a seat share in the range of 100 to 122. Congress, on the other hand, is expected to secure less than 100 seats, with a projected seat share of 62 to 85. Regional breakdowns highlight BJP is making a dent in Ashok Gehlot’s bastion of Jodhpur and is likely to assert dominance in Kota, Bikaner, Bharatpur and Ajmer regions.

Mizoram: ZPM Takes the Lead

The forecast for Mizoram indicates a lead for the Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM), projected to secure a seat share in the range of 15 to 25. The analysis suggests a close competition between ZPM and the MNF, with Congress securing 5 to 9 seats and BJP expected to claim 0 to 2 seats.

Telangana: Congress Gaining Ground

In Telangana, the Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll predicts a noteworthy rise for Congress, projecting a seat share of 48 to 63. The ruling BRS, led by KCR, is expected to secure a minimum of 40 seats but might fall short of the halfway mark. The BJP is projected to win anywhere between 7 to 12 seats, while Owaisi’s AIMIM is anticipated to secure 5 to 7 seats.

The nail-biting contests, regional dynamics, and the emerging trends highlighted in the JAN KI BAAT Exit Poll released by Pradeep Bhandari, provides a comprehensive overview, igniting discussions and speculations in the political arena. The next few days promise to be intriguing as the political excitement unfolds across these 5 states.

sagarika mitra
sagarika mitrahttp://jankibaat.com
SAGARIKA MITRA is the Content Head of JAN KI BAAT. She is broadcast journalist with 10 years of experience behind her. She has worked in leadership roles in TV Channels like REPUBLIC TV & TIMES NOW and was in the CORE TEAM of REPUBLIC TV since its launch in May 2017. She joined as Deputy News Editor and become the youngest Output Editor of REPUBLIC TV at the age of 30. She has led the Editorial Desk at REPUBLIC TV, has anchored primetime English News bulletins and done special reporting projects during her stint at REPUBLIC TV. At JAN KI BAAT, she drives the Content Strategy on digital and TV and leads the team in editorialising, producing & executing JANTA KA MUKADMA on INDIA NEWS

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