NEW DELHI: Over 1.47 crore people on Saturday exercised their franchise in the Delhi polls to decide the fate of 672 candidates in 70 assembly constituencies. Most of the exit polls have predicted the return of Kejriwal-led government in Delhi. A party needs 36 seats to be able to form government in Delhi.
Here are the highlights of the exit polls:
* The exit poll by India Today-Axis My India has predicted a landslide victory for the AAP in Delhi. According to the exit polls, the AAP is expected to get 59-68 seats, BJP to get 2-11 while the Congress+ won’t get any seat.
* The India Today-Axis My India exit polls has projected a vote share of 56% for the AAP, 35% for the BJP, 5% for the Congress and 4% for Others.
* According to the Times Now-Ipsos exit polls, the seat share projection for the AAP is 47 and the BJP is expected to get 23 seats. The Congress and Other parties, as per the exit polls, will not open their accounts.
* The News X-Neta exit polls has predicted 53-57 for the AAP, 11-17 for the BJP and 0-2 seats for the Congress.
* According to the exit polls conducted by Jan Ki Baat, the AAP is expected to get 48-61 seats and the BJP 9-21, while the Congress is predicted to get 0-1 seats.
* The Jan Jan Ki Baat exit polls is predicting 51-52% vote share for the AAP, 38-40% for the BJP, 4-5% for the Congress and 5% for Others.
* According to the News X-Polstrat exit polls, the AAP is predicted to get 50-56 seats, 10-14 for the BJP, while no seats for the Congress and Other parties.
* The exit poll by India News Nation has predicted an AAP sweep in Delhi by giving it 55 seats of the 70 seats in the assembly. According to the poll, the BJP is expected to get 14 seats while the Congress is predicted to get 1 seat.
* According to the ABP News-C Voter exit poll, the AAP is predicted to get 49-63 seats, BJP+ to win 5-19 and the Congress+ 0-4 seats in Delhi.
* The exit polls conducted by TV9 Bharatvarsh-Cicero have predicted a clear victory for the AAP with 54 seats. The exit polls have predicted 15 seats for the BJP, 1 for the Congress+ and 1 for Others.