According to the exit poll data, BJP – led NDA is likely to retain power in a very close electoral contest in Assam. The survey data shows that despite a very close fight, after the Congress in Assam, formed a “Grand Alliance” with five parties, the coalition of opposition parties will not be able to dislodge the incumbent NDA in the state.
North-Eastern state Assam is set to witness a hung assembly, a survey conducted by ABP-CVoter has predicted. The ABP-Cvoter Exit Poll 2021 reveals that the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and Grand Alliance are locked in a neck and neck fight in the 126-member Assam Assembly.
According to the survey, Congress-led UPA is projected to bag around 48.8 percent vote share, a massive +17.8 percent swing to the coalition compared to 2016 election results.
The ABP News-CVoter Exit Polls, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led alliance is touted to secure around 42.9 percent vote share in the upcoming polls, which is a +1 percent swing compared to 2016 polls. Other parties in Assam will manage to win an 8.3 percent vote share, which is a -18.8 percent swing as compared to the 2016 elections.