Poll surveys have come out since the last month’s elections, with an estimate of which party will stand. There have been three by-elections in Karnataka. Voting was held in the Belgaum Lok Sabha constituency, the Basava welfare, and the Muski assembly constituencies.
The BJP in the Belgaum Lok Sabha constituency, the BJP in the Basavakalyana Assembly constituency, and the Musci constituency in the constituency have been fighting.
The Trinamool Congress is likely to win in West Bengal this time too. The DMK is likely to get a lead in Tamil Nadu, while the LDF in Kerala is said to be in the lead. The AIADMK-BJP alliance is expected to take the lead in Puducherry.
Mamata Banerjee-led TMC is likely to get 158 seats in West Bengal’s 294 seats, BJP’s 115, and Left parties 19 seats, according to Vijay Karnataka Brotherhood Times Now polls.
The BJP, which had won only 3 seats in Bengal in the last election, is expecting to cross the 100-fold mark this time. The Modi wave is more likely to blossom on the ground.
Trinamool Congress is seeking a third consecutive term with a hat-trick.
In Tamil Nadu, this time, the BJP was hoping to do magic with AIADMK. However, polls in Tamil Nadu will take the DMK this time, according to surveys.
The LDF-led LDF victory is expected to be held in Kerala.
The ruling BJP at the center is now eyeing West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. In Kerala, lotus blossomed.
This time, there was a quarrel between the BJP and the opposition. Another notable aspect of this time’s election is that the BJP is leading in non-impact states.