Delhi Election 2015 Opinion Poll, Exit Poll Prediction and Result


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The Election Commission of India announced that Delhi Assembly single-phase election will be held on February 7. The counting of votes will be on February 10.

Delhi Election 2015 Opinion Poll, Exit Poll Prediction and Result

Date – > 19-Jan 12-Jan Jan/Feb 15 Dec-14
Party Zee Taleem India TV-Cvoter India Today-CICERO ABP News-Nielsen
BJP 37 35 19-25 45
AAP 29 29 38-46 17
Cong 4 5 3-7 7
Others 0 1 0-2 1

The India Today-Cicero Pre Poll Survey 2015: The India Today-Cicero pre-poll survey on Headlines Today channel projected a win for AAP giving it 38-46 seats while BJP has been projected to get 19-25 seats. While Congress projected to get only 3-7 seats. (Updated on 3rd Feb 2015)

ABP Nielsen Pre Poll Survey 2015: ABP Nielsen poll projected 35 seats for AAP, 29 for BJP and 6 for Congress. The opinion poll was conducted with 6,396 respondents in 35 constituencies by ABP News-Nielsen from January 25 to January 31, 2015.

The Week-IMRB Opinion Poll 2015:  According to The Week-IMRB Opinion Poll BJP is projected to win 36 seats, the minimum number required to get an absolute majority in 70-member Delhi Assembly, and AAP is likely to bag 29 seats.

Zeenews – Taleem Pre Poll Survey 2015: As per the survey, the BJP will get 37 seats while AAP will emerge second with 29 seats. The Congress may finish third with 4 seats, the survey suggests. This survey was conducted after Kiran Bedi and Shazia Ilmi joined the BJP. Experts, however, feel that the these figures in Delhi will change drastically after BJP declared Kiran Bedi as party’s CM candidate.

Hindustan Times-C fore Survey 2015: A Hindustan Times-C fore survey conducted between January 10 and 19 predicts a hung assembly in Delhi. The survey projects 31-36 seats for both BJP and AAP.

ITG – CICERO Opinion Poll: The India Today Group and CICERO Delhi RCS Tracker Poll- 2015 (Wave – I) predicts that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) might get a majority in the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections with a 39 per cent vote-share and form the government on its own, while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may come second with a 36 per cent vote share.

InstaVaani Poll Survey: ‘AAP stays ahead in the race with 49% of the poll respondents believing that AAP will win this election despite Arvind Kejriwal’s previous resignation as CM’, reveals InstaVaani poll survey.

Delhi Assembly Election 2015 News Bytes

  • 4 Feb 2015: Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday said the pre-poll surveys predicting victory for AAP in the Delhi Assembly Election 2015 will be proved wrong and the SAD-BJP alliance will sweep the elections.
  • 1 Feb 2015: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday has lodged a police complaint over an alleged sexist remark made by Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas against Kiran Bedi.
  • 1 Feb 2015: Aam Aadmi Party violated Model Code of Conduct by allegedly using the photo of BJP’s CM nominee Kiran Bedi without her permission in its campaign, says Election Commission.
  • 31 Jan 2015: Election Commission officials seized 5,964 bottles of illicit liquor from a godown allegedly owned by AAP’s Uttam Nagar candidate Naresh Balyan last night.
  • 29 Jan 2015: BJP is planning to bring out a vision document instead of a manifesto for Delhi assembly elections.
  • 19 Jan 2015: BJP will contest polls under the leadership of Kiran Bedi in New Delhi. She will contest from Krishna Nagar constituency. BJP party leadership has chosen her as the chief ministerial candidate for the Delhi Assembly election.
  • 17 Jan 2015: Former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Shazia Ilmi on Friday joined the BJP, but said she was not keen on contesting the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections.
  • 15 Jan 2015: Delhi’s best known former cop and activist Kiran Bedi has joined the BJP. Party chief Amit Shah confirmed that she will contest the assembly elections from Delhi next month.
  • 15 Jan 2015: Former Delhi minister Kiran Walia has been named as Congress’ candidate against Aam Aadmi Party president Arvind Kejriwal for the Delhi Assembly Polls.
  • 14 Jan 2015: Congress released its second list of 25 candidates for the Delhi Assembly elections. The list includes names of Ajay Maken and former MP Mahabal Mishra.
  • 12 Jan 2015: The Election Commission of India announced that Delhi Assembly single-phase election will be held on February 7. The counting of votes will be on February 10.
  • 03 Jan 2015: “The party has dropped Suresh Bhardwaj from its list following some prima facie negative report received against him from the area. The party has replaced him with Rajesh Gupta, who will be the AAP candidate from Wazirpur,” the AAP statement said.