An exit poll conducted by Suan Dusit found that Pheu Thai Party is most likely to win the most MP seats, while Phalang Pracharat is tipped to emerge as the second largest party in Sunday’s elections.
Pheu Thai is expected to get 173 seats for constituency MPs and none for party-list MPs, according to the poll.
Phalang Pracharat came in second with 96 seats, or 53 from constituency and 43 from party-list.
The Democrat Party, which came third, is likely to win 88 constituency MPs and none for party-list MP.
Future Forward is likely to become the biggest party to win for party-list MPs, with 47 seats plus two seats from constituency.
Bhumjaithai is likely to win the fifth place or 40 seats in total, or 21 constituency seats and 19 party-list seats.
The poll surveyed 79,521 respondents nationwide.
In this election, there will be 350 constituency MPs and 150 party-list MPs. The result of the party-list MPs will be known by Tuesday.
In previous elections, exit polls conducted after the poll proved to be inaccurate.