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Exit Polls predict BJP’s win in Tripura and Nagaland; NPP more likely to retain energy in Meghalaya

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Exit Polls predict BJP's win in Tripura and Nagaland; NPP likely to retain power in Meghalaya

Exit polls following the current elections in Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland point out that the BJP is predicted to retain Tripura and retake management of Nagaland with coalition accomplice National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP). The get together can be anticipated to barely improve its seat rely in Meghalaya, although the ruling National People’s Party (NPP) will proceed to carry onto energy.

According to exit polls, Congress, which has beforehand been the dominating get together within the Northeast, is predicted to lose all three of those states.

According to India Today-Axis My India exit ballot, out of a doable 60 seats within the Tripura Assembly, the BJP+ will win 36 to 45 seats. Meanwhile, the NPP is projected to take 21–26 seats in Meghalaya, in response to the Zee exit ballot, which additionally predicts a extra aggressive race between the political events. While it says that the BJP would have a slimmer majority in Tripura, it provides that the NDPP and BJP can have substantial assist in Nagaland. The counting of votes will happen on March 2.

India Today exit polls:

The India Today-Axis My India exit ballot surveyed over 6000 individuals in every of the three states revealing that the BJP is slated to win the elections in Tripura and Nagaland whereas the ruling NPP will win a majority in Meghalaya. While BJP is slated to win 36-45 seats in Tripura, the get together together with NDPP is predicted to win 38-48 seats in Nagaland. The get together is nevertheless anticipated to win solely 4-8 seats in Meghalaya.

On the opposite hand, Indian National Congress is predicted to win solely 6-11 seats in Tripura, 1-2 seats in Nagaland, and 6-12 seats in Meghalaya.

Zee Matrize exit ballot:

According to Zee exit ballot developments, in Nagaland, the BJP can win 35–43 seats, whereas Congress could get solely 1-3 seats. NPF is more likely to get 2–5 seats, whereas NPP could find yourself solely with 1 seat.

Exit Poll output for Nagaland (source- Zee News)

Voting for the Meghalaya Assembly Elections concluded on Monday, and in response to developments as per the exit polls, 27% of voters voted for NPP, whereas the BJP acquired near 18% of the vote. The proportion for Congress is 7%, TMC is nineteen%, PDF is 4%, and UDP is 9%.

The polls predict that the BJP may safe 6-11 seats in Meghalaya, whereas NPP would lead with 21-26 seats. TMC, Congress, and others may safe 8-13, 3-6, and 10-19 seats respectively.

Exit Poll output for Meghalaya (Source- Zee News)

According to the survey, the governing BJP coalition ought to take residence 29 to 36 seats within the Tripura General meeting. The main opposition CPI (M) coalition is projected to win 13–21 seats. The Tipra Motha Party is predicted to win 11–16 seats, whereas others are anticipated to win 0–3 seats.

Exit Poll output for Tripura (Source- Zee News)

Winning 44 of the 60 seats, the BIP-led NDA gained an amazing majority within the 2018 elections in Tripura, a northeastern state that had beforehand been a Left stronghold.

Jan Ki Baat Exit Polls:

The Jan ki Baat exit ballot surveyed over 8000 individuals and predicts that BJP will win in Tripura and the ruling NPP is slated to guide in Meghalaya. In Tripura, CPM+ is predicted to win 9-16 seats whereas TIPRA is predicted to win 10-14 seats.


Candidate primarily based elections noticed in Meghalaya. Corruption & Development high points that dominate Meghalaya. #MeghalayaElections2023 @pradip103 #JanKiBaatExitPoll

— Jan Ki Baat (@jankibaat1) February 27, 2023


BJP+ projected to get a minimal of 29 seats in Tripura.#TripuraAssemblyElections2023@pradip103 #JanKiBaatExitPoll

— Jan Ki Baat (@jankibaat1) February 27, 2023

In the state of Nagaland, Jan Ki Baat exit polls reveal that BJP is more likely to win the 2023 elections by retaining 35-45 seats. Meanwhile, Naga People’s Front (NPF) may get 6-10 seats and others will get 9-15 seats.


NPF projected to get 10-6 seats. #NagalandElections2023 #JanKiBaatExitPoll @pradip103

— Jan Ki Baat (@jankibaat1) February 27, 2023
Times Now ETG Exit ballot:

The Times Now ETG Exit ballot signifies a fragmented home in Meghalaya. The NPP will win 18–26 seats, adopted by the AITMC with 8–14, the UDP with 8–14, and the BJP with 3–6 seats.

In Tripura, the BJP coalition is predicted to take 36 of the 45 seats, predicting a  resounding victory for the get together. While the Left Front is projected to realize 6–11 of the overall 60 seats, Congress will draw a clean as per the polls.

Times Now-ETG Research exit polls additional state that the BJP’s coalition authorities would win the meeting elections in Nagaland getting 39 to 49 seats. NPF will obtain 4–8 seats, and Congress will once more draw a clean.


.@roypranesh highlights solutions of Tripura voters on questions starting from Tipra Motha Party’s doable influence to the opportunity of re-election & extra.

Pranesh additionally breaks down the doubtless seat share & vote %age.

Times Now ETG Exit Poll – @ETG_Research

— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) February 27, 2023

The outcomes for the three states might be introduced on Thursday, March 2.