Delhi Election Exit Polls | Delhi Assembly Election Poll Results | Delhi Election 2013 Exit Poll Result -On Wednesday a silent fight was being fought in Delhi. After the elections on 4th December, now it is the season of exit polls for which Indian National Congress was feared off. Exit poll results and various survey results are coming on the desk indicating a defeat of congress.
Exit poll report suggest that Congress is lagging because of the fail of Sheila Dixit over many issues including price hike. AAP amazingly is going to win many seats with over 25% of votes. BJP seems to have a slightly strong grip than AAP with 32% vote shares.
Delhi recorded a historic voter turnout of 66 per cent with around 1.2 crore voters exercised their franchise on Wednesday.Informing you that Voting has already been done in three states MP, Chhattisgarh & Rajasthan & almost everywhere Congress is being reported as a lagging party. Delhi elections have become interesting after a wonderful entry of Aam Aadmi Party lead by Arvind Kejriwal.
Delhi Election Exit Poll Results from Various Newspapers
Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is projected make a strong debut in Delhi, where the Congress may lose power after 15 years. -HindustanTimes the BJP will win 34 of the 70 seats, with a 32% vote share, Arvind Kejriwal will make a strong debut with 14 seats and 25% of the vote share
“The apolitical approach of the Aam Aadmi Party has made sure they win over a large number of young voters, who have been attracted by AAP’s anti corruption image,” -FirstPost.com
Delhi elections 2013: Exit poll predicts hung house in Delhi; BJP 29, Congress 21 and AAP 16 -TOI
Delhi elections -Only bad news for the Congress -IndianExpress
Delhi election 2013-Exit poll of polls shows extraordinary debut for Arvind Kejriwal- NDTV
Delhi exit polls: Congress biggest loser, BJP has slight edge over AAP -ZEENews
India TV-C Voter survey suggesting a close contest between the Congress (41 seats) and BJP (44 seats) in the 90-member Assembly.
In Delhi the BJP will emerge as the biggest party but will not have a majority, the poll forecast, with a new anti-corruption party making a strong showing in third place. -Reuters
India Today-ORG showed similar results but gave the BJP a majority in Delhi.
BJP will certainly win in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, is likely to retain Chhattisgarh and may just grab power in Delhi as well -The Times of India.
Donot care about exit polls, they’ve a habit of being wrong– said An Aam Aadmi Party supporter confident about their victory.
Let’s wait for 8th December to know the actual results of Delhi Assembly election results. Fingers are crossed, everyone is praying & willing for their party to win this election.
BTW Which of the three is your favourite party?