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Poll of polls: BJP set to win 43 seats in Uttar Pradesh

IndiaTimes Sunday, 19 May 2019
The NDA is expected to win 43 seats in Uttar Pradesh while the Mahagathbandhan of SP, BSP and RLD is projected to get 35 seats, according to the poll of polls. According to Times Now-VMR poll prediction, the NDA is expected to win 58 seats while the Mahagathbandhan is likely to win 20 seats in the state. The UPA is expected to win 2 seats.
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