Gujarat Elections 2017 Opinion Polls and Exit Poll Results: While Legislative Assembly or Vidhan Sabha elections of the five states which include the Uttar Pradesh and Punjab has been conducted in the first quarter of 2017 and Vidhan Sabha term is for five years. The last time in Gujarat the Elections were held in 2 phases for 182 assemblies seats/constituencies, the first on 13 December and second on 17 December 2012 and now the 5 year term to expire and the election commission announces the date of the polling so that the people of the Gujarat who are above the 18 years with the Voter ID card or other proof whichever accepted for the voting can be used to elect their chief minister again through their MLA’s in 2017/2018.
Gujarat Vidhan Sabha Elections 2017 Surveys, Polls and Exit Polls: MLA is a representative selected by a Legislative Assembly who is elected by the people. The majority of the MLA’s in the Assembly which forms a party will have the power to choose their CM or Chief Minister. Narendra Modi who is the current prime minister of India had already been the Chief Minister of the state of Gujarat winning from the Maninagar constituency. Gujarat have 26 Parliamentary Constituencies whereas Assembly Constituencies whereas Bharatiya Janata Party is the current ruling party in the Gujarat and Indian National Congress (INC) is in the opposition. Gujarat Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 (if held in 2018). Opinion polls are the opinion of the people conducted by various media agencies whereas the exit poll means the survey conducted after the voter has voted and come out of the polling booth.
Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017 Exit Polls Results (Republic-C Voter) – AAP, BJP, Congress and Other
|Political Party||Seats Expected|
|Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)||Counted in Others|
|Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)||108|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||74|
|Other Parties (GPP, JDU, NCP, etc.)||00|
Also Note: Exit/Opinion Polls Results are just voter’s casted vote or data prepared with the same and accuracy of the same can’t be said.
Gujarat Assembly Vidhan Sabha Elections 2017 Opinion Polls | Exit Polls & Survey Results – AAP, BJP, Congress and Other Parties
|Political Party||Seats Expected|
|Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)||18|
|Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)||91|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||47|
|Other Parties (GPP, JDU, NCP, etc.)||24|
The above opinion poll is conducted by the Indiatrendingnow (very earlier before the polls of Gujarat & HP) where the values for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress (INC) are take, and the expected seats for the other parties like Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP), Janata Dal (United) JD(U) and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), etc. are put by the undecided and others opinion/projections. Although more surveys can be conducted before the elections (‘Chunav’ or ‘Chunao’) and wait till more information is updated later.
Exit poll data is collected after the voter has voted. There are some news agencies like VDPAssociates, ABP Nielson, C-Voter and many more There are even some other news agencies like News 24, Chanakya, ABP News, Times Now (English), NDTV or NDTV India, Aaj Tak, India Today, Total TV, News 18, India TV, CNN-IBN, IBN 7, First Post, Zee News, News Nation, News X and many more. Let us see on the voting day which political party will win the majority of the 92 or more than that seats to form the government in the state of Gujarat.
Who Will Win Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017 / 2018 & Who Will be the Chief Minister?
The party with the majority seats with or without alliance will have the power to select their CM, although it’s an MLA or of the party from the same state, some polls are also conducted on the basis of ‘Who is the most preferable CM of the Gujarat’, ‘Who will win Gujarat Elections/Polls?’ and there are some parties who will announce their CM candidate before the polls and some will after the polls as this could be the election strategy or something else. Just stay tuned with us to get more information on elections, follow our another page ‘All India Word‘ to get more updates, news and much more on Elections and Politics etc.