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Karnataka Exit Poll: IndiaTV-VMR predicts Congress as single largest party with 97 seats, BJP may win 94 seats, JD(S) 28 seats

Karnataka Exit Poll Results LIVE Updates: According to India TV-VMR Exit Poll, the elections will throw a hung assembly in the state with the Congress winning 97 seats, BJP 87 seats and JD(S) 35 seats.

Edited by: India TV Politics Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: May 12, 2018 23:00 IST ]
India TV-VMR Exit Poll

India TV-VMR Exit Poll

Exit Poll on Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Live Updates

India TV-VMR Exit Poll has predicted hung assembly in Karnataka with the Congress likely to win 97 seats, BJP 94 seats and JD(S)+ 28 seats. Others are likely to get 3 seats.

The state elections more or less turned into a prestige issue for both the BJP, which is anxiously hoping to turn the tide with its aggressive campaigning and inviting manifesto. 

 
The Congress, on the other hand, is hoping to break the jinx as no party in Karnataka has won a second successive term in office since 1985 when the Janata Dal under Ramakrishna Hegde had retained power. 
 
At this point, India TV has come up with the Exit Poll on Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, to get a glimpse of what the people of the poll-bound state think about the high-stakes battle that could change the course of state's political history. 

As it happened:

09:40 pm: According to latest update (based on voting till 6pm),  IndiaTV-VMR predicts 97 seats for Congress, 94 seats for BJP, 28 seats for JD(S)  and 3 seats for others.

07:50 pm: Is it not a fact that the BJP tried to divide people on Hindu-Muslim lines in Karnataka, asks Sanjay Jha.

07:48 pm: RSS is the biggest example of nepotism, says Sanjay Jha of Congress

07:20 pm: In Old Mysore, out of 55 seats, Congress may get 21 seats, BJP 7 seats and others 2 seats.

07:15 pm: In Mumbai Karnataka, out of 50 seats, Congress likely to get 26 seats, BJP 23 seats and JD(S)+ 1 seat

India Tv - India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Mumbai Karnataka

India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Mumbai Karnataka

07:10 pm: In Hyderabad Karnataka, out of 31 seats, Congress to get 12 seats while the BJP is likely to get 19 seats.

India Tv - India TV-VMR Exit Poll- Hyderabad Karnataka

India TV-VMR Exit Poll- Hyderabad Karnataka

07:05 pm: In Greater Bangaluru, out of 30 seats, both Congress and BJP likely to get 14 seats each, JD(S)+ to get 2 seats

India Tv - India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Greater Bengaluru

India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Greater Bengaluru

07:00 pm: In Coastal Karnataka, out of 21 seats, Congress to get 13 seats, BJP 8 seats

India Tv - BJP to get 8 seats in Coastal Karnataka

BJP to get 8 seats in Coastal Karnataka

06:55 pm: In Central Karnataka, out of 35 seats, Congress likely to win 12 seats, BJP 17 seats, JD(S)+ 5 seats and others 1 seat

India Tv - India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Central Karnataka

India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Central Karnataka

06:50 pm: The Congress likely to get 38.4% votes, Congress 34.6% and JD(S)+ 17.4%. Others are likely to get 8% votes

India Tv - India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Voting percentage

India TV-VMR Exit Poll-Voting percentage

06:41 pm: JD(S) ready to sit in opposition, says Tanveer Ahmad

06:33 pm: Congress likely to get 97 seats, BJP 87, JD(S)+ 35, others likely to get 3 seats

06:31 pm: India TV-VMR Exit Poll predicts hung assembly in Karnataka.

06:23 pm: Gaurav Bhatia of BJP takes a jibe at Meem Afzal, says the analysis of attendance at public rallies may have been given to the Congress by Cambridge Analytica (CA).

06:21 pm: Large gathering at election rallies (Referring to PM Modi's rallies) does not give any sense of public mood, says Meem Afzal of Congress

06:14 pm: No wave in favour of any party was witnessed in our exit poll, says Jay Mriga of VMR

Watch video: Karnataka Exit Poll: BJP may win 87 seats, Congress 97 seats, JDS 35 seats

Watch Exit polls on Karnataka Elections 2018: IndiaTV-VMR predicts hung assembly, know who will form govt

Watch video: Karnataka Exit Poll: IndiaTV-VMR predicts hung assembly in the state 

Watch video: Karnataka Exit Poll: Congress may emerge as single largest party, predicts IndiaTV-VMR

 

According to Election Commission, a 70 per cent voter turnout was recorded in the high-stakes Karnataka Assembly polls on Saturday.The last Assembly election in the southern state in 2013 had witnessed 71.4 per cent polling, the poll panel said. 

 

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