Kerala Exit Poll Predicts Significant Drop in Rahul Gandhi’s Vote Share in Wayanad

NEW DELHI: A recent exit poll conducted by VMR-Manorama News has delivered a surprising forecast for the Congress party, indicating a substantial decrease in Rahul Gandhi’s vote share in the Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency. The poll results suggest a dominant performance by the United Democratic Front (UDF), in alliance with the Congress, in the Kerala Lok Sabha elections.

According to the exit poll, the UDF is projected to secure 16 seats, with the Left Democratic Front (LDF) trailing behind with only two seats. The competition appears to be close in two constituencies. The poll data indicates a significant decline in Rahul Gandhi’s vote share, with a drop from 64% in the previous election to an estimated 50% this time around.

Interestingly, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is anticipated to once again be left without representation in the state. The exit poll also highlights the uncertainty of results in Alathur and Kannur constituencies, where the outcome could swing in any direction.

In terms of seat distribution, the exit poll suggests that the BJP may clinch the second position in Thiruvananthapuram and Pathanamthitta, while finishing third in Thrissur behind the LDF. These projections point towards a challenging electoral landscape for the BJP in Kerala.

As the final results draw near, the accuracy of these predictions will soon be put to the test. Stay tuned for the official election results to see how the political landscape in Kerala transforms based on the outcomes of this highly anticipated election.