Bihar Assembly Election Exit Poll 2020: Nitish Kumar’s hopes of making it fourth-time in a row as Bihar chief minister today took a beating as the Tejashwi Yadav-led RJD-Congress alliance (Mahagathbandhan) is projected to beat the ruling NDA, according to poll of exit polls.
As per the poll of exit polls (average of all exit polls), the RJD alliance is expected to win 124 seats in 243 member Bihar Assembly. The ruling NDA is expected to win 110 seats while few went to Chirag Paswan’s LJP and others.
Importantly, Tejashwi Yadav emerged as the number one choice for CM with 44 per cent people going for him as per India Today-My Axis Exit Poll. Remember these are exit polls and the actual numbers will come on November 10, when the counting of votes for Bihar Assembly Election takes place.
Several exit polls also predicted a close finish, with anti-incumbency factor weighing heavily on chief minister Nitish Kumar.
ABP News-C Voter: As per the projections of ABP News-C Voter Bihar is set for a cliffhanger. While RJD is predicted to emerge as the single-largest party, NDA is likely to get 2% more votes.
Republic TV-Jan Ki Baat: Republic TV-Jan Ki Baat predicted 91 to 117 seats for Nitish Kumar-led NDA and 118 to 138 seats to the RJD alliance. The survey also projected 5 to 8 seats for the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) and others parties may get between 3 to 6 seats.