AAP Set For a Sweeping Victory in Delhi: Exit Polls

Most of the exit polls project BJP as the second largest party way behind AAP in the Delhi Assembly elections for which voting took place on Saturday.

Published: 07th February 2015 10:27 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th February 2015 07:55 AM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI:  AAP appears set for a sweeping victory in the Delhi Assembly elections for which voting took place today, according to exit polls.   

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BJP was projected to be the second largest party way behind AAP. Congress could be virtually wiped out, the polls shown on television channels said.       

India Today-Cicero poll after the end of polling  gave AAP 38 to 46 seats in the 70-member House and BJP  19 to 27 while Congress is predicted to get between three and five.   

Today's Chanakya poll on News 24 channel gave AAP a higher figure of 48 seats and 22 to BJP. The poll says Congress and allies may fail to open account.        

Another poll on News Nation projected 41 to 45 seats for AAP, 23 to 27 for BJP and 1 to 3 for Congress.     

 In the 2013 elections, AAP had got 28 seats and had to to tie up with Congress' 8 to form a short-lived government of 49 days in the 2013 polls. The BJP had then emerged the single largest with 32 seats.    

The ABP-Nielsen poll said that AAP will get 39 while BJP 28 and Congress 3.     

Zee TV-C Voter poll projected 31 to 39 seats for AAP and 27 to 35 seats for BJP.  Congress gets 2 to 4 in the poll.      

The highest number of 53 seats for AAP has been predicted by India News-Axis poll, which gave BJP 17 and Congress upto 2.      

The India TV's exit poll put AAP in the top with 31 to 39 seats. BJP 27 to 35 and Congress 2 to 4.

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