Mizoram exit poll results: Regional players likely to trump Congress, BJP
In 2018 assembly elections, the MNF won 26 seats. Its leader, Zoramthanga, became the chief minister of Mizoram.
Most of the exit polls are predicting the victory of regional players in the Mizoram Assembly elections. National parties -- the Congress and the BJP -- are likely to lose the elections, said the polls.
According to the India TV-CNX exit poll, MNF is likely to win between 14 and 18 seats. The Congress will win 8-10 seats. The BJP will win between 0-2 seats. Others are expected to win between 12-16 seats. The majority mark in the 40-strong assembly is 21.
The Jan ki Baat exit polls gave between 10-14 seats to the MNF and 15 to 25 seats to the ZPM. The BJP is likely to win 0-2 seats. The Congress will likely won 5-9 seats.
The India Today- My Axis India predicted a clean sweet victory to the ZPM, with 28 to 35 seats. The MNF is likely to win 3-7 seats, the Congress 2 to 4 and the BJP 0-2 seats.
The ABP News-CVoter predicted a win for the MNF with 15-21 seats. The Indian National Congress is likely to win 2-8 seats. ZPM is likely to win between 12-18 seats. The exit poll said the BJP will not be able to open its account in Mizoram.
According to the Times Now-ETG polls, MNF will win 14-18 seats, the Congress will win 9-13 seats, ZPM 10-14 seats and BJP 0-2 seats.
In 2018 assembly elections, the MNF won 26 seats. Its leader, Zoramthanga, became the chief minister of Mizoram. The Congress won just 5 seats. The ZPM won 8 seats. The BJP had contested the elections in alliance with MNF and won only one seats.
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