The Tripura Exit Poll 2023 has predicted a big win for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the upcoming Assembly elections. The Congress-Left alliance is expected to be a distant second.
The exit poll, conducted by the Times of India, surveyed over 10,000 voters in the state and found that the BJP is likely to win between 40 and 50 seats in the 60-member Assembly. The Congress-Left alliance is expected to win between 10 and 20 seats.
The BJP has been campaigning hard in the state, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior leaders visiting the state several times in the past few months. The party has also been focusing on development issues, such as improving infrastructure and creating jobs.
The Congress-Left alliance, on the other hand, has been focusing on issues such as corruption and the lack of development in the state. The alliance has also been highlighting the alleged mismanagement of the BJP-led government in the state.
The exit poll also found that the BJP is likely to win a majority of the seats in the tribal-dominated areas of the state. This is likely to be a major boost for the party, as the tribal population is a key voting bloc in the state.
The results of the Tripura Exit Poll 2023 will be closely watched by political observers, as it could provide an indication of the mood of the electorate ahead of the Assembly elections. The results of the poll will also be seen as a referendum on the performance of the BJP-led government in the state.