Exit Polls predict TRS winning GHMC polls

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi is going to race ahead of the Bhartiya Janata Party, the AIMIM and the Congress to win the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Elections 2020

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  3 Dec 2020 2:33 PM GMT
Exit Polls predict TRS winning GHMC polls

Hyderabad: The Telangana Rashtra Samithi is going to race ahead of the Bhartiya Janata Party, the AIMIM and the Congress to win the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Elections 2020, according to a number of exit polls conducted by various agencies.

The majority mark to win the mayoral seat is 75 out of 150 seats.

According to AARAA, the TRS will win 78 seats with 40.08 (+/- 3) per cent of vote share, while the Bhartiya Janata Party will win 28 seats with 31.21 (+/-3) per cent vote share. The AIMIM will get 41 seats with only 13.43 (+/-3) per cent vote share. The Congress will get only 3 seats with only 8.58 (+/-3) per cent vote share. The others will get zero seats but their vote share will be around 7.70 per cent.

Jan Ki Baat has predicted 74 seats for the TRS with 37.4 per cent of vote share, while the BJP will get 31 seats with 33.6 per cent of vote share. AIMIM will get around 40 seats with 21 per cent of vote share and others will get 5 seats with 3.8 per cent vote share where the Congress vote share is 4.2 per cent.

CPS has predicted 82-96 seats for the TRS while the BJP will get 12-20 seats. They also predicted 32-38 seats for the AIMIM while the Congress will get 3-5 seats. They said that the margin of error is 5 seats.

Another agency, People's Pulse, has predicted that the TRS will get 68-78 seats while the BJP will get 25-35 seats. They also predicted that the AIMIM will get 38-42 seats and the Congress will get 1-5 seats. They said that in their prediction the margin of error will be three per cent.

In the 2016 GHMC elections, the TRS secured 99 seats while the AIMIM secured 44 seats. The BJP at that time secured only 4 seats, Congress got 2 seats and Telugu Desam Party got 1 seat.

Counting of the votes will start at 8 am on 4 December.


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