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By Behindwoods News Bureau | May 20, 2019 02:24 PM

A day after the exit polls of General Elections, it is to be predicted that NDA government is expected to gain a landslide majority in the 2019 Lok Sabha Election and Narendra Modi is likely to get a second term as Prime Minister.

If exit polls are to be believed, massive victory for Modi Government

The poll predicts NDA to win between 339 and 365 seats while the UPA was projected to win between 77 and 108 seats. The numbers may vary but the exit polls are all showing a similar trend. Perhaps for the first time in India, all polls are showing one mood across the nation.

According to India Today report, here are five important detailed analysis of what exit polls are and the outcome:

- After looking at the huge numbers on the exit poll, it clearly states that 2019 was a wave election in favour of Prime Minister Modi. The vote share of NDA (BJP plus allies) is expected to increase from 39% in 2014 to 45% in 2019, a significant 6% swing in the favour of the ruling party.

- BJP is yet again expected to win with majority the country's heart. Of the total 226 seats in the Hindi belt, NDA winning 188. The saffron party is effectively sweeping all regions except the South, where NDA is expected to win just 24 of 131 seats.

- BJP is making significant inroads in West Bengal and Odisha. In Bengal, BJP's tally is expected to rise from two of the total 42 seats in 2014 to between 19 and 23 seats in 2019 while Trinamool's share can go down from 34 to between 19 and 22 seats. Similarly, in Odisha, where the BJP won just one seat of the total 21 seats in 2014. The current exit poll is projecting the NDA to win between 15 and 19 seats in 2019 while the BJD between 2 and 6 seats, down from 20 in 2014.

- BJP is sweeping at least 12 states in 2019, the poll predicts. Why did people vote for the NDA government? 62% of the survey respondents said they prefer the NDA at the centre because of the good work done by Modi regime, while another 29% voted in the name of Modi.

- Exit poll survey data reveals the significance of multi-phase month-long poll campaigns. 43% of respondents said they made their final decision to vote either on the day of voting (14%) or a few days ago / after community meeting (29%). 31% said they were loyal voters and had always voted for the same party.