BBMP election 2015: Who will win?

Which party won the exit polls of BBMP election 2015? Here is the compilation of all exit polls.

With most television/ print media exit polls predicting a majority for Indian National Congress party, but not enough to form the government, is the result going to be a BJP-JDS coalition BBMP council? We have to wait and watch till tomorrow to see the actual results but here is the compilation of all exit polls.

Most Kannada news channels have predicted that Congress will get more seats than the BJP, which is in quite contrast to what was predicted a few weeks before the elections.

News 9 – C-Voter Exit Poll

  • Congress – 90-98
  • BJP – 83-91
  • JD(S) – 9-17
  • Others – 0-8

How was the survey conducted?

Reporters of News 9 and C-Voter staff covered all the wards in BBMP on the voting day and compiled the data. Voters were asked several questions right from whether they were satisfied with the work of previous council to, whom will they blame for the poor condition of the city.

ETV News-Vijayavani Exit Poll

  • Congress – 101
  • BJP – 75
  • JD(S) – 20
  • Others – 2

Public TV Exit Poll

  • Congress – 85-95
  • BJP – 80-90
  • JD(S) – 12-17

How did Public TV conduct the poll survey?

TV reporters collected the information from 198 wards, internal calculation by the political parties, survey by Central and State Intelligence, political scenario, rebel candidates etc

Praja TV

  • Congress – 95-107
  • BJP – 76-84
  • JD(S) – 14-18
  • Others – 5

BTV Exit Poll

  • Congress: 82-90
  • BJP: 75-84
  • JDS: 10-16
  • Others: 5-6

 

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Comments:

  1. Pankaj Mehta says:

    So now you all newschannel belive that the NaMo Wave is still ON?

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