Andhra Pradesh exit poll: Axis My India predicts Naidu’s TDP to win 78-96 seats, 55-77 seats for YSRCP | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Axis My India predicted 78-96 seats for TDP, 55-77 seats for YSRCP, 16-18 seats for JSP, 4-6 seats for BJP and 0-2 seats for Congress in Andhra assembly polls. This takes the overall seat count for NDA to 98-120 seats while the prediction for YSRCP stood at 55-77 seats.
The 2024 assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh on 175 constituencies was conducted simultaneously with the General Elections.It took place on May 13 in a single-phase polling process. The counting of votes will take place on June 4, and the results will be announced on June 4. Exit poll predictions will be revealed on the final day of voting, June 1.
The ruling YSRCP has entered the electoral fray, vying for all 175. Through a seat-sharing arrangement within the NDA coalition, the TDP has been granted 144 Assembly seats and BJP buoyed by Prime Minister Modi’s popularity is contesting on 10 seats. Further, the Janasena faces a daunting challenge as it strives to improve its performance, which faced lackluster results in the previous elections. Janasena is contesting on 21 seats.
The 2024 witnessed high-octane campaigning by YSRCP led by CM Jagan Mohan Reddy. BJP conducted rallies hailing on the popularity of PM Narendra Modi along with TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu. Congress leaders like Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi, actively participated in campaigning for their respective party candidates. The YSRCP campaign emphasized the welfare initiatives it enacted over the past five years, while the NDA focused on criticizing the perceived “failures” of the state government and pledged to offer benefits if elected, along with promises of job creation. Congress party in its manifesto promised granting special category status (SCS) to Andhra Pradesh for 10 years.
In the 2019 assembly elections, YSRCP won 151 seats, TDP secured 23 while Janasena could manage only one. Congress and BJP couldn’t secure a single seat in the state elections. As the state awaits the results on June 4, the focus now shifts to the exit polls.
The exit polls for 2019 Assembly election results gave a divided outcome. While some predicted YSRCP would win between 130 and 135 seats, leaving 37-40 seats for TDP, others said the main opposition party would win 112 seats and TDP 59. However, all surveys predicted a poor performance by Janasena.

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