A large section of the 66.8 million electorate voted in the staggered elections that began on October 12. The final day's polling ended at 5 pm in the last of the 57 of the 243 assembly constituencies spread across seven districts.

The BJP contested 160 of the 243 assembly seats, the LJP 40, the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party 23 and HAM 20 seats. In the grand alliance, Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal-United and the Rashtriya Janata Dal of Lalu Prasad fielded 101 candidates each while the Congress contested in 41 seats.

Danik Jagran online survey:
NDA: 130 seats
Grand Alliance: 97 seats
Others: 16

Chanakya:

NDA: 155 seats
Grand alliance: 83 seats
Others:05

Times Now-CVoter:

NDA: 101 to 121 seats
Grand alliance: 122 seats
Others: 6 to 14 seats

India Today CICERO:

NDA: 120 seats
Grand alliance: 117 seats
Others: 06 seats

NewsX:

NDA: 90-100 seats
Grand alliance:130-140 seats

News Nation:

NDA: 115 to 119 seats
Grand alliance: 120 to 124 seats
Others: 3 to 5 seats

ABP News- Nielsen
NDA: 108 seats

Grand alliance: 130 seats

Others: 05 seats

CNX exit polls:

NDA: 95 seats
Grand alliance: 135 seats
Others: 13 seats

Reads more: Exit polls predict close fight in Bihar with edge to Nitish

Leaders remarks:

NDA would get two third majority in Bihar polls: Giriraj

Even if RJD gets more seats than JD(U), Nitish Kumar will be the Bihar Chief Minister: Lalu Prasad

Grand alliance is winning 190 seats: Lalu Prasad

I thank the people of Bihar for their overwhelming support & blessings for the Mahagathbandhan: Nitish Kumar

JD-U expects resounding mandate: JD-U Tyagi

We have no doubt that we are going to win with 2/3rd majority: BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain

More details are awaited.

Read more: Bihar polls 2015: 59 percent voters turnout recorded till 5 pm in final phase

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