The exit polls are being conducted by the exit poll agency Exit India (EY) in 10 seats of the Lok Sabha.
The total votes cast in these seats is not a direct indicator of the final outcome of the election.
The exit poll was conducted by Ekam on behalf of the Election Commission of India (ECI) in a sample of 631,000 voters who were aged 18-49 years old in these constituencies.
For the 10 seats, Ekam has recorded the exit polls in three different times: October 17-18, November 18-19, November 24-25 and December 1-2.
In all these cases, the exit polling in the constituencies was conducted on two days.
The elections were called on October 17, 2017 and the results were announced on November 24, 2017.
The ECI said that these results have been verified through the Election Commissioners of India website and are now being posted.
Polling stations in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal are to be opened for voting on November 27, 2018.
Voters are to cast their votes on November 25, 2018 in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh and November 26, 2018 for the three states.
To check on the validity of the exit survey results, a submission form can be found at: http://www.ey.gov.in/e/polls/e-voting.aspx#entryID.
Ekam said that the results from these seats are not provisional and that the final result of the elections will be announced by the Election Commissioner of India on November 28.
Election Commission of Indian The Election Commission (EC) of India has said that it has recorded a total of 8,716,569 votes for the Lokpal elections.
It said that an aggregate of 8.7 million people have voted for the elections, with a total number of 5.6 crore eligible voters.