TV Exit Poll Totals Indicate that Indian Prime Minister Modi would Win the General Election

TV Exit Poll Totals Indicate that Indian Prime Minister Modi would Win the General Election

According to an exit poll report by the NDTV news channel, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s alliance, led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, is expected to gain a majority in the general election that was completed on Saturday.
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA), which is now in power, is expected to gain around 350 seats in the lower house of parliament, which has 543 members. A simple majority requires 272 seats, according to the summary of two exit polls.
In the 2019 election, 353 were won by the NDA.

It was predicted that the Congress-led opposition India alliance would win more than 120 seats.
In India, exit polls have a mixed track record because they frequently predict incorrect election results. According to commentators, it is difficult to get exit poll results correct in such a vast and diverse nation.

The seven-phase election, which started on April 19 and took place in many places in the sweltering summer heat, gave nearly one billion people the right to cast a ballot.
Results are anticipated on June 4th, the day the Election Commission counts ballots cast using electronic voting machines.
If Modi, 73, wins, he will become just the second prime minister to win three consecutive terms, after Jawaharlal Nehru, the leader of India’s independence.

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