The Lok Sabha election 2019 is drawing to a close with the final and seventh phase of the elections having concluded on Sunday evening.
India TV released its predictions after 6.30 pm on Sunday (May 19) before the final results are announced by the Election Commission of India on May 23.
India has polled to constitute its 17th Lok Sabha in seven phases and India TV's Exit Poll stands to deliver the truest picture of what is in store for the nation in the coming few days and probably, the coming five years.
What are exit polls?
An exit poll is considered as an indicator about which party may come to the power or form the government. For exit polls, people are asked whom they have voted for, as they come out of the polling booth.
Who conducts exit polls?
Several organisations, media groups, and survey firms conduct exit polls.
How reliable are exit polls?
Exit polls have often proved to be quite reliable in India. The exit polls conducted by TV channels in 2014 were mostly accurate with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) securing a majority.
When will the embargo on exit polls be lifted?
The embargo on exit polls will be lifted on Sunday evening at 6.30 pm after the last phase of Lok Sabha election concludes.
What time does the live coverage of the exit polls start?
On Sunday -- 6.30 pm
How to watch exit polls in India?
In India, you can watch the live telecast of Exit Poll on India TV. You can even follow the live updates on India TV websites.
The coverage can even be viewed on the India TV mobile app.