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Before the actual votes are counted on March 10, 2022 and we know for real who has won and who has lost in this #BattleForTheStates, unreadworld.com gives you a glimpse into what could be in store in the EVMs. This poll of polls collates all the major exit polls conducted by different organisations for Punjab assembly elections 2022.

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by INDIA TODAY AXIS MY INDIA
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
1 – 4 76 – 90 7 – 11 19 – 31 0 – 2

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by ETG RESEARCH
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
3 – 7 70 – 75 7 – 13 27 – 23 0 – 0

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by JAN KI BAAT
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
3 – 7 60 – 84 12 – 19 18 – 31 0 – 0

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by VETO
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
5 70 19 22 1

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by P-MARQ
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
1 – 3 62 – 70 16 – 24 23 – 31 1 – 3

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by TODAY’S CHANAKYA
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
1 100 6 10 0

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by POLSTRAT
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
1 – 6 56 – 61 22 – 26 24 – 29 0 – 0

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by DESIGNBOXES
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
3 – 7 52 – 61 24 – 32 26 – 33 1 – 2

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by POLL OF POLLS
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
2 – 6 59 – 75 13 – 19 24 – 32 1

Punjab Assembly Election Exit Poll Results 2022 by C VOTER
Total Seats – 117 (59 to Win)

BJP+ AAP SAD+ INC Others
7 – 13 51 – 61 20 – 26 22 – 28 0 – 0
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