The Assembly Election 2023 is in full swing, and the excitement is palpable as the counting of votes begins. Voters across the four states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Telangana eagerly await the results to determine the future of their respective states. To stay updated on the latest developments and track accurate vote counting trends, you can access the Election Commission of India (ECI) website.
How to Watch, Track Accurate Assembly Election 2023
Step-by-Step Guide to Tracking Vote Counting Updates on ECI Website
- Visit ECI Website: Access the official ECI website at https://results.eci.gov.in/.
- Select State and Constituency: On the homepage, locate the “Results Trends” section and select the state for which you want to track the results. You can further narrow down your search by choosing the specific constituency.
- View Real-time Updates: The website will display real-time updates on the vote counting process. You can observe the leading party, the number of votes polled, and the percentage of votes secured by each candidate.
- Navigate between Constituencies: To switch between constituencies, use the navigation options provided on the website. You can view results for multiple constituencies simultaneously or focus on a particular one.
- Stay Informed with Latest News: The ECI website also provides access to the latest news and analysis related to the election results. Stay informed about the overall trends and emerging patterns in the voting patterns.
Why was Mizoram counting deferred?
This was done after representations were made to the ECI in this regard. It was argued that the original counting day falls on a Sunday, and, as Mizoram is a Christian-majority state, people from both rural and urban areas attend church services on Sundays.
What are exit poll projections?
Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan saw a direct fight between the two national parties – the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress. The BJP is in power in Madhya Pradesh, and the Congress has governments in the other two. Pollsters are largely divided on Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, though majority of them have predicted a win for the BJP in both states. The grand old party, meanwhile, is projected to retain Chhattisgarh, despite a late surge from its arch-rival.
Telangana, which came into existence in 2014, is poised for its first non-BRS (Bharat Rashtra Samithi) government, with the Congress projected to win. In Mizoram, meanwhile, regional players are likely to trump the two national parties.