New Delhi, Mar 3: No single party or coalition will get a clear mandate but the Samajwadi Party (SP) will emerge as the single largest party in Uttar Pradesh, predicts India TV exit polls. The sample poll surveys suggest a hung assembly in UP.
India TV-C Vorter Exit poll predicts SP to be the single largest party with a tally of 137-145 in the 403-seat house, and 26 percent vote share.
The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is predicted to get just 122-130 seats while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be the third largest party with a share of 79-87 seats.
The Congress and its Allie RLD is predicted to bag 39-55 seats.
In Uttarakhand, there is a positive inclination among the voters towards the opposition Congress. The party is projected to win 29-35 seats, a massive improvement on its 2007 performance when it won 22 seats.
The ruling BJP, on the other hand, may end up with 23-29 seats as opposed to 34 in 2007.
This would be the Congress's best performance in terms of vote-share in the three Assembly elections in the state so far.
There is a close fight in Punjab between the incumbent SAD-BJP alliance and their main opponent, the Congress party.
According to the survey, the Congress is expected to finish on top by getting 62-68 seats, much more than its 2007 tally of 44. The SAD-BJP is projected to be a close second at 44-50 seats; its 2007 tally was 68.
In Manipur, according to the survey, a divided opposition is likely to return the incumbent Congress party to power for a third consecutive term.
In a 60-member Assembly, the Congress is projected to bag 23-27 seats; its 2007 tally was 30. MPP and allies will get 10-14 seats while TMC is getting 7-11 seats.
In Goa BJP is emerging as the single largest party with 18-22 seats while Congress party is on second with 15-19 seats.