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ABP/C-Voter survey predicts close contest in Mumbai-Karnataka CanIndia News

After the conclusion of the Assembly elections in Karnataka on Wednesday, the ABP/C-Voter Exit Poll projected a close contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress in the Mumbai-Karnataka region that sends 50 legislators to the 224-member state Assembly.

The survey findings indicate that BJP is projected to win 26 seats (projected range of 24-28) in the region, down from 30 it won in 2018, while the Congress is expected to win 24 seats (projected range of 22-26), seven morte than its 2018 tally of 17, according to the ABP/C-Voter Exit Poll.

According to the survey, the BJP is projected to secure 43.4 per cent vote share in the Mumbai-Karnataka region, marginally lower than its 2018 share of 44 per cent. For the Congress, the data predicted a vote share of 43.8 per cent, an upswing of 4.8 per cent from its 2018 share of 39 per cent.


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