Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States
Uddhav Thackeray and Devendra Fadnavis, in Navi Mumbai, on Sept. 25, 2019. (Photograph: PTI)

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

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Watch Live: Incumbents Expected To Return Stronger In Haryana And Maharashtra

Incumbent governments are expected to return to power with a bigger mandate in Maharashtra and Haryana—the first set of assembly elections held after Lok Sabha 2019—according to a series of exit polls.

In Maharashtra, the ruling BJP-Shiv Sena, despite months of bickering over seat share, are likely to win well over 200 seats out of 288. That's higher than the 185 seats they had in the previous assembly polls.

The Congress-NCP duo, weakened significantly by an exodus of leaders, will see its seat share shrink compared with last time.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

Haryana, too, will see the return of BJP’s Manohar Lal Khattar. The saffron party is expected to win nearly 70 out of 90 seats, with one poll even pegging the number as high as 75. In the previous assembly polls, BJP had 47 seats.

Congress is expected to win 13 seats while fledgling Dushyant Dave’s Jannayak Janta Party failed to make a dent.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

Times Now: BJP To Get Single Party Majority In Maharashtra

The Times Now exit poll has the most bullish estimate for BJP in Maharashtra. It expects the saffron party to cross the halfway mark of 144 seats on its own. This would potentially give it the power to form a government without Shiv Sena.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

ABP-CVoter: BJP-Shiv Sena Cross 200-Mark

The BJP and Shiv Sena alliance is expected to cross the 200-mark in Maharashtra, according to ABP-CVoter.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

Republic-Jan Ki Baat: BJP Grows In Haryana, Wins Easy In Maharashtra

BJP is expected to get another five years of power in Haryana winning between 52-63 seats, according to the Republic-Jan Ki Baat survey. That's an improvement over the 47 seats it had won in the previous assembly polls.

Congress is expected to win between 15 and 19 seats.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

In Maharashtra, BJP’s alliance with Shiv Sena is expected to win in well over 220 seats.

The Congress-NCP duo is expected to see its seat share shrink.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

News18-IPSOS: BJP Takes Haryana, Nearly Gets Single Party Majority In Maharashtra

BJP’s Manohar Lal Khattar is set to return to power in Haryana with 75 seats—a number he had earlier suggested that his party was confident of winning.

The Congress is expected to win 10 seats.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

The survey also has high expectations for BJP in Maharashtra. It expects the saffron party to win 141 seats alone, just shy of the halfway mark of 144. The Shiv Sens too is expected to cross the 100-mark.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States

India Today-Axis My India: Clean Sweep For BJP And Allies

The BJP and Shiv Sena alliance is set to return to power with a simple majority, according to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll.

The Congress and NCP duo will get between 72-90 seats.

Maharashtra And Haryana Exit Polls Live: BJP Likely To Continue Its Dominance In Both States
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