Tamil Nadu Exit poll: DMK-led alliance projected to win 29 seats, AIADMK-BJP reduced to single digit, says Times Now
A Times Now-VMR exit poll has predicted that the AIADMK and BJP alliance will get just 9 seats, down from 37 seats in 2014.
A Times Now-VMR exit poll has predicted that the AIADMK and BJP alliance will be reduced to just 9 seats, down from the 37 seats that the AIADMK got in the last elections in 2014.
The poll has forecast that the DMK and Congress' alliance is projected to win 29 seats, a massive boost for MK Stalin who is also eyeing to win the 22 assembly seats that went for bypolls along with the Lok Sabha polls.
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AIADMK, which split into two after Jayalalithaa's death, is fighting the polls in alliance with the BJP and other regional outfits including PMK and DMDK among others.
The party had swept the 2014 elections winning 37 of the 39 seats in Tamil Nadu.
A resurgent DMK is hoping to ride back to power in the state as bypolls to 22 Assembly elections have also been held results of which will be announced along with the Lok Sabha results on May 23.
The DMK is fighting the Lok Sabha polls in alliance with the Congress and other regional parties including MDMK and CPI among others.
The other two players in the fray are TTV Dhinakaran's AMMK and Kamal Haasan's Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM).