In West Bengal, it seems to be advantage Mamata Banerjee in Lok Sabha elections 2019, with her Trinamool Congress again winning a largest cube of a state’s 42 seats, according to exit check predictions. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), meanwhile, is projected to urge a position from final time. If a exit polls are anything to go by, a Left parties could be wiped out in a state this time.
The India News-Polstar exit check has projected 26 seats for a TMC, 2 for a Congress, 14 for a BJP, and nothing for a Left.
The Times Now-VMR exit check has projected 28 seats for a TMC, 2 for a Congress, 11 for a BJP, and 1 for a Left.
The Republic-Jan Ki Baat exit check has projected between 13 and 21 seats for a TMC, 3 for a Congress, between 18 and 26 for a BJP, and nothing for a Left.
The Republic-CVoter exit check has projected 29 seats for a TMC, 2 for a Congress, 11 for a BJP, and nothing for a Left.
The NewsX-Neta check has likely that a BJP would win 11 seats, a TMC 29, a Congress 2, and Left none.
In a 2014 Lok Sabha polls, a TMC had won 34 seats, with a 39.79% opinion share, while a BJP had won dual seats with a 17.02% opinion share. The Indian National Congress, that had a 9.69% opinion share, had won 4 seats. The CPI(M) had won dual seats with a 22.96% opinion share.
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