'Modi vs none' Lok Sabha Election 2019 campaign worked well: BJP
New Delhi : Soon after the exit polls predicted a comfortable win for the PM Narendra Modi government in the Lok Sabha Election 2019, the Bharatiya Janata Party said that their 'Modi vs none' campaign worked well.
Exit poll predictions, with most of them seem to be favouring the BJP’s poll slogan ‘ Phir Ek Baar Modi Sarkaar (Modi once again),’ left the party leaders upbeat, especially the party’s projected performance in West Bengal, where the BJP and the state’s ruling TMC had engaged into the most bitter fight.
Not just in the West Bengal, the exit polls also predicted a good performance of the party in Naveen Patnaik's Odisha.
In Kerala, where politics is dominated either by the Left or the Congress, some predictions showed the Lotus blooming and BJP’s vote share increasing significantly. The predictions showed minor losses to the BJP-Shiv Sena ruling alliance in Maharashtra but still way ahead of the UPA.
NDTV's poll of polls said the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) would get 296 seats, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) 128 seats and other parties (Others) 118 seats.
The Today's Chanakya exit poll predicted 340 seats for the Narendra Modi-led NDA and 70 for the Congress-led UPA.
The Republic TV exit poll gave the NDA 305 seats, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) 124 and others 120. Times Now exit poll gave the BJP alliance 306 seats, the UPA 132 seats and Others 104.
News Nation gave the NDA between 282 to 290 seats, the UPA between 118 and 126 seats and Others 130 to 138 seats. Sudarshan News gave the NDA 313 seats, UPA 121 seats and Others 109+.