The BJP had fielded 93 candidates for this phase, and 91 by the Congress party. The Times Now-VMR exit poll also predicts a saffron party victory with 51 seats and only 17 for the Congress. In Ahmedabad, which accounts for 21 of the 93 seats, the approximate voter turnout was 66%, significantly lower than at-least half a dozen districts, and over three percent lower than the overall polling.
The exit polls also predicted a comfortable victory for the BJP in Himachal Pradesh. The Street is rooting for the ruling party as it would mean continuation of the reforms agenda.
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The Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls, whose results are slated for 18 December, saw heavy campaigning and fierce political discourse. With this vote share BJP may get 31-37 seats, Congress is likely to win 16-22. According to ABP-CSDS survey, the BJP will win in south Gujarat with 21-27 seats and the Congress will get 9-13 seats. One seat will go to the others, it says. In the politically-crucial Saurashtra region, the survey by India Today-Axis MyIndia Poll said Congress was predicted to having a clear edge with 49 per cent of votes and around 30 seats.
"A potentially convincing (110+ seats) win for the BJP in Gujarat - a state perceived to be the most impacted by the goods and services tax/demonetisation - will boost market sentiment".
Caste-based voting is ensuring the big win for the BJP, with the upper castes and classes - including the Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Rajputs, Baniyas, among others, contributing to the 50 per cent winning voting percentage. Results will be declared on December 18. However, skepticism pervades in the betting market as their in-depth analysis during the Uttar Pradesh Assembly election 2017 went awry after BJP had a clean sweep. The EC data released on Friday said tribal-dominated Narmada district witnessed the highest voter turnout of 79.15%, while Devbhumi-Dwarka of Saurashtra region recorded the lowest at 59.39%.