Karnataka Chunav Polls of Poll Result 2023: Voting for 224 seats for the Karnataka Assembly elections has ended at 6 pm and the election results will come on May 13, but before that many exit polls have come out and we will give you the results of all the exit polls in one place. Showing the place and telling which party will get a majority in Karnataka. Explain that the margin of error in exit polls can be plus or minus 5 percent and these are not the results.
Congress gains in Zee News and Matrize exit polls
ZEE NEWS has done Karnataka Exit Polls in collaboration with MATRIZE for the Karnataka Assembly Elections and to know the opinion of voters on all 224 assembly seats. According to our exit polls, Congress is likely to emerge as the single largest party in Karnataka and is expected to get 103-118 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can be reduced to 79-94 seats. JDS is likely to get 25-33 seats, while others can get 2 to 5 seats. According to exit polls, Congress can get 41 percent votes in Karnataka. After this, 36 percent votes for BJP, and 17 percent votes for JDS are possible. There, others are likely to get 6 percent votes.
ABP News and C-Voter exit poll
According to the exit polls of ABP News and C-Voter for the Karnataka Assembly Elections, the Congress is also getting a big advantage and the party can get 100 to 112 seats. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may get 83 to 95 seats in Karnataka, while JDS may get 21 to 29 and others may get 2 to 6 seats.
suvarna news and jan ki baat exit poll
According to the Karnataka Exit Polls of Suvarna News and Jan Ki Baat, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is emerging as the single largest party in Karnataka and is likely to get 94 to 117 seats. After this, Congress can get 91 to 106 seats, while JDS is expected to get 14 to 24 and others 0 to 2 seats.
The exit poll of TV9 Bharatvarsh and Polstrat
According to the exit polls of TV9 Bharatvarsh and Polstrat for the Karnataka Assembly Election, Congress can become the single largest party and it can get 99 to 109 seats. At the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to get 88 to 98 seats. Whereas, 21 to 26 seats can go in the account of JDS and 0 to 4 seats in the account of others.
News Nation and CGS exit poll
In the exit polls of News Nation and CGS regarding the Karnataka Assembly Election, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to be getting a majority and it is likely to get 114. At the same time, Congress can get 86, JDS 21, and others 1 seat.
Republic TV and P MARQ exit poll
Congress has emerged as the single largest party in Republic TV and P MARQ exit polls for the Karnataka Assembly elections and is likely to get 94-108 seats. At the same time, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also giving a tough fight and it can get 85 to 108 seats. Apart from this, JDS has been predicted to get 24 to 32 seats and others 2 to 6 seats.