Puducherry Legislative Assembly Election 2021 Result!!! – Candidates can Check out Vote Counting Live updates on 02.05.2021 – Puducherry Legislative Assembly Election was conducted on 1 phases from on April 06, the voter turnout in the state was 81.64 per cent. Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 is witnessing a keen contest between the INC-DMK led alliance and the NDA comprising AINCR, AlIADMK & the BJP. Catch Live Updates of the Puducherry Exit Poll here.
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Latest Updates as on 10.17 AM :
- AINRC leads in 12 seats and Congress in four seats.
Latest Updates as on 10.08 AM :
- AINRC Alliance leads in 10 seats.
Latest Updates as on 9.17 AM :
- AINRC leads in six locations.
Puducherry Exit Poll 2021: Party-wise projections
N Rangasamy-led AINRC is projected to emerge as the single-largest party followed by the Congress and the DMK which are projected to win 5-7 seats each.
- BJP: 03-05
Puducherry Exit Polls 2021: Vote share predictions
The NDA is projected to have the largest vote-share of 45.51%. Vote share of the present NDA alliance is more than UPA in 2016 as all the 3 parties of the NDA including AINRC, BJP and AIDMK contested 2016 assembly elections separately. Here is the predicted vote share-
- NDA: 45.51%
- SDA: 40.02%
- Others: 14.47%
Puducherry Exit Polls 2021: NDA projected to cross halfway mark, Congress tailing closely Witnessing a battle between alliances helmed by two national parties, the Republic-CNX Exit Poll has predicted a close competition in Puducherry projecting the BJP-led NDA to bag close to 16-20 seats, just crossing the halfway mark in the 30-seat assembly constituency. The Congress-led SDA is expected to give a tough fight to the BJP, and as per the Republic-CNX Exit Poll is projected to hit somewhere between the 11-13 mark. Others are expected to win no seats.
- NDA: 16-20
- SDA: 11-13
- Others: 0
In 2016, Congress emerged as the single largest party by winning 15 constituencies and formed government with the support of DMK which has got 2 seats. Parties in opposition, All India N.R Congress had won 8 seats while the J Jayalalithaa led AIDMK had come victorious on 4 seats. BJP though got a minor surge of 1.08% in vote-share but failed to open an account in the assembly of Puducherry.