Tamil Nadu Opposition party DMK has come to the mood of becoming the next ruling party of the state and this mood was made possible by the exit polls of the state assembly elections that were released on Thursday amid staunch expectations from the voters and the political parties and three days ahead of the official election results in the state.
All the exit polls that are done by several media and organizations had predicted that the DMK alliance will secure a landslide victory by ousting the ADMK regime. The exit polls had projected that DMK will win between 160-170 seats by registering over 48% of the total vote share. As per the prediction, DMK will secure nearly 50 seats more than the majority mark and will taste a comfortable victory. As Tamil Nadu is going to count the votes on May 2 in the entire lockdown for the first time in its history, we bring you the list of constituencies where DMK leads the race and the following are the constituencies where Stalin's party would possibly win.
Northern Tamil Nadu:
Gummidipoondi, Thiruttani, Poonamallee, Avadi, Maduravoyal, Madhavaram, Ambattur, Thiruvottiyur, Madhuranthagam, Chengalpet, Kancheepuram, Ranipet, Katpadi, Arcot, Vellore, Anaicut, Gudiyatham, Ambur, Krishnagiri, Thirupathur, Barkur, Veppanahalle, Hosur, Palacode, Dharmapuri, Pennagaram, Tiruvannamalai, Kalasappakkam, Chengam, Kelpenathur, Arani, Vandavasi, Mailam, Cheyyar, Gingee, Vikravandi, Thirukovilur, Rishivandiyam, Sankarapuram.
Central and eastern Tamil Nadu:
Gangavalli, Yercaud, Attur, Mettur, Salem North, Rasipuram, Senthamangalam, Paramathivelur, Tiruchengode, Palani, Athoor, Oddanchatram, Srirangam, Trichy East, Lalgudi, Trichy West, Thiruverumbur, Manachanallur, Musiri, Perambalur, Thuraiyur, Jayankondam, Tittakudi, Panruti, Kurinjipadi, Bhuvangiri, Sirkali, Poombukar, Vedaranyam, Mannargudi, Thiruvarur, Kumbakonam, Papanasam, Orathanadu, Pattukottai, Thirumayam, and Thirupathur.
Western Tamil Nadu:
Erode West, Perundurai, Modakurichi, Anthiyur, Kankeyam, Dharapuram, Avinashi, Palladam, Madathukulam, Tirupur South, Coonoor, Mettupalayalam, Goundampalayam, Sulur, Coimbatore North, Singanallur, Pollachi, Kinathukadavu, Karur, Kulithalai, Aravakurichi.
Southern Tamil Nadu:
Alangudi, Manamadurai, Madurai East, Madurai West, Madurai North, Solavandhan, Madurai South, Central Madurai, Usilampatti, Thirumangalam, Andipatti, Periyakulam, Cumbum, Aruppukottai, Thirichuli, Ramanathapuram, Vilathikulam, Tiruchendur, Mudukulathur, Tuticorin, Ottapidaram, Sankarankovil, Vasudevanallur, Alangulam, Tirunelveli, Palayamkottai, Radhapuram, Kanyakumari, Nagercoil, and Padmanabapuram.
Radhakrishnan (RK) Nagar, Perambur, Kolathur (Stalin's constituency), Villivakkam, Thiru Vi Ka Nagar, Egmore, Royapuram, Harbour, Chepauk- Triplicane (Udayanidhi Stalin's constituency), Thousand Lights, Anna Nagar, Saidapet, Alandur, Tambaram, Mylapore, and Velachery. According to sources close to the exit polls, DMK would have close to full sweep in Chennai and as per the exit polls, Tamil Nadu would see a mega transition of power as the sequel of the flawed administration of Edappadi Palaniswami and the anti-incumbency wave against the ADMK regime.