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Updated On 20-05-2019 07:04:37 ISTUpdated On 20-05-20192019-05-19T14:11:05.780Z19-05-2019 2019-05-19T14:10:56.503Z - 2019-05-20T01:34:37.509Z - 20-05-2019
In contrast to the predictions of Lagadapati Rajagopal, the national news channels that surveyed the trend in this election across the country gave majority Loksabha seats to YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh.
According to NDTV exit poll, YSRCP is set to 18 out of 25 Loksabha seats in Andhra Pradesh. TDP may get just eight seats against its tally of 15 in 2014. CCS survey too gave 18 seats to YSRCP and seven seats to TDP on the basis of assembly seats they win in the State.
The poll tracker survey predicted YSRCP to win more than 110 seats in Andhra Pradesh assembly. It just limited the tally of TDP in Andhra Pradesh assembly to 55 seats and gave others the chance of winning 4-10 seats.
India Today survey predicted 130+ seats to YSRCP and 37-40 seats for TDP in Andhra Pradesh assembly.
YSRCP is in favour of majority channels and survey organisations that favoured NDA win at the centre in their exit polls, but Lagadapati Rajagopal favoured TDP in Andhra Pradesh assembly, alongside the parliament seats.
In Andhra Pradesh, there is no unanimity in the opinion of survey organisations, but in the context of the national level result, most of the channels gave the majority to NDA, with two surveys giving NDA more than 300 seats.
TDP leaders favoured survey of Rajagopal and YSRCP leaders favoured their own surveys and the national news channels' surveys. As a whole, all of them termed that they should wait till 23rd May for the actual numbers.
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