Exit Polls predict Aam Aadmi Party win and Arvind Kejriwal as CM in Delhi

By on February 7, 2015

The record turnout that saw voters waited in queues for hours without complaint has raised hope for change that Arvind Kejriwal has been promising to deliver. An impressive 67% of Delhi’s 13.3 million electors exercised their vote on Saturday, while in the last Assembly elections in Delhi in 2013 the voter turnout was over 66 percent.

Most of the exit polls reveal that AAP is expected to secure 43 percent vote share and is likely to get between 39-53 seats in the 70 seats Delhi Assembly. According to exit polls, Arvind Kejriwal is the most preferred candidate for CM post with the approval rate of 47 percent, Kiran Bedi got 39 percent approval, while Ajay Maken got only 9 percent.

According to Today’s Chanakya exit poll, the Aam Aadmi Party would win 48 seats, BJP would win 22 seats, and the Congress would finish with 0 seats. The ABP-Nielsen exit polls gave AAP 39, BJP 28, and Congress 3 seats. The Times Now-C-Voter polls revealed that the AAP will get 31-39 seats, the BJP 27-35 and the Congress up to 6 seats. The India Today-Cicero put the AAP tally at 38-46, BJP at 19-25, and Congress at 03-07 seats. The Axis-APM poll predicts that the AAP will get 53 seats and BJP to receive 17 seats.


Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal thanks people of Delhi and tweeted: “My sincere thnks n congratulations to all selfless volunteers of AAP, who worked round the clock for their country. AAP is bcoz of u. My gratitud 2 Delhiites for their support. U r so amazing.U rejcted politics of caste n religion. Hope final results r as per exit polls.”

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