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India TV-CNX Exit Poll Maharashtra: BJP-Shiv Sena combine set to win 34 out 48 seats

India TV-CNX Exit Poll Maharashtra: Maharashtra looks set to vote saffron. Check out India TV-CNX Exit Poll 2019 for greater insight into trends of the big state.

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New Delhi Updated on: May 19, 2019 19:48 IST
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Maharashtra Lok Sabha Election Exit Poll 2019

India TV-CNX Exit Poll Maharashtra: The BJP-Shiv Sena combine is all set to win 34 out of 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, India TV-CNX Exit Poll has predicted. The Congress-NCP is likley to increase its tally in comparison to 2014 but is likely to bag 14 seats (Congress 8, NCP 6). 

In Mumbai, Shiv Sena is predicted to win 3 and BJP at 2 seats. NCP is likely to gain 1 seat but Congress Party has failed to open its account in India's commercial capital. Clearly, its bet with film star-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar has failed to give it any result.

Maharashtra is currently ruled by Shiv Sena-BJP alliance. BJP's Devendra Fadnavis is Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Maharashtra Congress chief and former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan claimed that Congress-NCP combine will score well above 20 in Maharashtra. He was speaking exclusively to India TV.

Maharashtra Vote Share as predicted by India TV-CNX Exit Poll

Party % CNX Survey Results  2014 Swing of Votes 
BJP 25.18 27.56 -2.38
Congress  18.64 18.29 +0.35
Shiv Sena  17.71 20.82 -3.11
NCP 19.00 16.12 +2.88
Others 19.47 17.21 +02.26
Total  100 100  

 

Maharashtra seat prediction-India TV-CNX Exit Poll

Party CNX Survey Results 2014 Change in Position 
BJP  20 23 -03
Congress  08 02 +06
Shiv Sena 14 18 -04
NCP 06 04  +02
Others 00 01 -01
Total  48 48  

 

India TV-CNX Exit Poll is based on surveys conducted in 542 out of 543 Lok Sabha seats in the country. The sample for the survey was drawn using a multi stage Stratified Random Sampling Technique. CNX, a Delhi based research & Survey Company, conducted a post-poll survey for India TV. The findings of the survey reported here are based on an Exit poll survey conducted where polling was held in seven phases. The survey team visited the randomly selected polling station going deep into by-lanes and meeting people from all walks of life.

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