Poll Of Polls Gives Second Term To BJP In Uttar Pradesh

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Publish Date : 2022-03-07


Poll Of Polls Gives Second Term To BJP In Uttar Pradesh

New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.

New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.

New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.

New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.New Delhi: The BJP is likely to retain Uttar Pradesh and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may emerge the largest party in Punjab, early exit polls indicated today after the end of voting in five states. The polls predict that the BJP will win the most seats in Goa and Uttarakhand, with the Congress a close second. A health warning - exit polls often get it wrong. An aggregate of four polls for Uttar Pradesh give the BJP and its allies 240 of the state's 403 seats, with the Samajwadi Party at around 140-plus. An average of five polls predicts a remarkable win for Arvind Kejriwal's AAP in its first major state, Punjab. The party has been trying to make a mark outside Delhi, which it has been ruling since 2015. The exit polls give AAP 68 seats in the 117-seat Punjab, where 59 is the majority mark.



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