UP Exit Poll: Close fight between BJP and Congress in Amethi, calculations may get stuck on 3% votes


After the last phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections ended on June 1, exit poll estimates have also come out. According to the exit poll estimates, a close fight can be seen on many seats in Uttar Pradesh. This also includes the seat of Amethi. However, this is only an estimate, the final results of the election will be out on June 4.

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After the voting for the Lok Sabha elections 2024 is over, now the exit poll estimates have also come out. In the exit poll of TV-9 POLSTRAT and PEOPLES INSIGHT, NDA is expected to get 66 seats out of 80 seats in UP. At the same time, 14 seats can go to the share of India Alliance. Mayawati-led BSP may once again get a big blow as their account is not even seen opening in the exit poll. On the other hand, a close fight can be seen in Amethi. However, in the exit poll, BJP candidate Smriti Irani is seen winning.

According to the exit poll, there can be a close fight between BJP and Congress in Amethi. According to the poll data, there is only a 3% vote gap between the two candidates. If we look at it this way, then the strategy of Congress in Amethi seems to be successful. However, these are not the final figures, so the vote percentage and seat figures can go up or down. How close the contest is in Amethi will be known only on June 4.

On one side is the NDA clan, and on the other side is the Indian alliance

This time in UP, Congress and Samajwadi Party are contesting the elections together. Both the parties are also part of the All India Alliance. On the other hand, there is the BJP-led NDA. It includes Anupriya Patel-led Apna Dal, Om Prakash Rajbhar-led Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party and RLD.

According to the exit poll estimates, NDA may gain two seats this time compared to the last election. If we talk about party-wise seats, BJP may get 62 seats in Uttar Pradesh, Apna Dal may get 2 seats and RLD may also get 2 seats. In All India Alliance, Congress may get 3 seats and the Samajwadi Party may get 11 seats.

Congress is contesting elections on 17 seats in UP

In this election, Congress has fielded its candidates on 17 seats in Uttar Pradesh. Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party and others had won 63 seats. Congress had also kept the seats of Rae Bareli and Amethi. Rahul Gandhi himself is contesting from Rae Bareli, while in Amethi, the party has fielded KL Sharma against Union Minister Smriti Irani. Now how close the fight will be between these two candidates can be gauged only on June 4.