Delhi Assembly Elections Exit Poll Results 2015: AAP 35-43, BJP 23-29, Congress to get 3-5 seats, India Today-Ciecro survey:The Aam Aadmi Party looks set to win 38-46 seats and gain a simple majority in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, according to the India Today Group-Cicero exit poll. The BJP and its allies is likely to get 19-27 seats, according to the survey. The Congress could be down to 3-5 seats. Others may win 0-2 seats.
Delhi recorded a massive 67 per cent polling on Saturday. The counting of votes will take place on February 10. In the last elections, the AAP won 28, the BJP+ 31 and the Congress 8 seats.
Vote share projection
The BJP’s vote share projection is 36 per cent (up 2 per cent). The Congress’ vote share projection is 7 (down by 8 per cent) per cent.
The vote share of the three parties in the last elections were BJP – 47.9 per cent, AAP- 32.9 per cent, Congress 15 per cent and Others 4.2 per cent.
ABP-Nielsen Exit Poll
AAP: 43 seats
India TV-CVoter Exit Poll
AAP: 35-43 seats
BJP+: 25-33 seats
Congress: 0-2 seats
AAP: 48 (+/- 6 seats)
BJP+: 22 (+/- 6 seats)
Congress: 0 (+/- 2 seats)
Others: 0 (+/- 2 seats)
News Nation Exit Poll
AAP: 53 (+/- 7)
BJP+: 19 (+/- 7)
What Kejriwal and Kiran Bedi said
Soon after the polling was over, AAP’s chief ministerial candidate Arvind Kejriwal in a tweet said the “results are in god’s hands now.”
“My sincere thanks to all selfless volunteers of AAP, who worked round the clock for their country. AAP is bcoz of u. My gratitude 2 Delhiites fr their support. U rejcted politics of caste, religion. Hope final results r as per exit polls,” he said on Twitter.
However, Kiran Bedi, BJP’s CM candidate, said she will be responsible whether her party wins or loses.
“I will be responsible for win or loss of the BJP. I’m grateful to BJP for reposing its faith in me and assigning me this responsibility,” she told reporters.