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Leaked India Today Exit Poll Survey Hints UPA Rise

India Today Leaked Survey

The Last Phase National elections are going to finish on May 19 only a few days are left from the Exit Polls for the General Elections. All Media houses are allowed to telecast their Exit Poll Results as soon as the Last Phase elections are completed on May 19th.

As per sources India Today is gearing up for the Exit Poll Results and one of its Editors posted a couple of pictures of their Dashboard preparation We do not know if that is intentional or not, but in the process, they have leaked their Exit poll Results which they are doing in association with Axis. According to the survey, NDA is expected to get just 177 seats this was a huge crash for BJP while UPA will win 141 seats, hints the rise of UPA. The others are going to be crucial in the next government with 224 seats.

If at all, this Exit Poll comes true, UPA can garner the support from other non-allied UPA parties due to its Secular background. As Sonia Gandhi already invited TRS and YSRCP to attend the meeting on May 23rd. TDP is already giving nod to support UPA and Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister Candidate.

This leaked Exit Poll result has shocked BJP. Even if BJP will be able to garner more support, there will be pressure to change Modi as the Prime Minister Candidate is expected from regional parties.

We have to wait for another three days to witness Exit Polls from Top Media Houses.

 

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