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Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal interacts with party leaders during a programme in Bengaluru, on Jan 11, 2015. (IANS)

Delhi Exit Polls Show AAP Sweeping, to get around 40 seats

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal at the `Delhi's Village Dialogue` held at Chhatarpur, in New Delhi on January 4, 2015. ( IANS)

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal at the `Delhi’s Village Dialogue` held at Chhatarpur, in New Delhi on January 4, 2015. ( IANS)

Finally, Delhi Exit Polls are out showing a sweep in favour of AAP as the voting came to an end at 5:30 pm followed by on Saturday for the Assembly elections.

According to an exit poll put out by Times Now TV channel, AAP will get 39 seats in the 70-member seat Delhi Assembly, followed by BJP getting 27-35 seats, while Congress is a clear loser with 2 to 4 seats, down from 8 it had in the last assembly, according to CVoter Exit poll.

ABP-Nielson has put AAP ahead again with 31 to 39 seats or getting 42% of votes compared to BJP’s 27 to 35 seats with 40% votes. Congress is down at 11% of votes getting merely 2 to 4 seats.

NewsNation exit poll shows AAP getting 39 to 43 seats or 47 percent votes, followed by BJP getting 25 to 29 seats, short of absolute majority though getting 39% of votes and Congress again gets 11% of votes with 1 to 3 seats.

Chankaya poll has shown that the AAP is a clear winner with 48 seats, not merely absolute majority but one-third majority, while BJP will get 22 seats and sit in the Opposition with Congress totally decimated from the Delhi Assembly that it had held under its thumb for over 15 years.

Here are the exit poll results from 4 agencies:

 

Here are the Exit Poll Results by

Cvoter (As of 3 PM):

AAP:31-39  ——–42%
BJP: 27- 35——–40%
Congress 2-4——11%

ABP-Nielson Poll:

AAP – 39—-37%

BJP – 28—-32%

Congress – 3——19%.

News Nation Poll:

AAP–39 to 43—47%

BJP — 25- 29—-39%

Cong — 1-3——11%.

Chanakya Exit Polls:

AAP—————–48

BJP—————–22

Congress———–0

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