Delhi Election 2020 Exit Poll: AAP storm continues in Delhi, however BJP can be higher

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party is able to return to energy with a spectacular efficiency once more. According to the exit ballot of IANS-CVoter 'Delhi Tracker', AAP's politics of 'improvement' appears to dominate the politics of BJP's 'nationalism'. The survey was carried out after the voting on February 8.

According to exit ballot outcomes, AAP is prone to get 50.6 % votes, BJP 36 and Congress 9 % votes. While the AAP pushed itself ahead on improvement, the BJP and the Congress had been seen to be embroiled within the controversial CAA. <! –

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                 If you speak in regards to the seat, then you might be getting 49 to 63 seats within the IANS-CVoter exit ballot survey. In 2015, AAP gained 67 seats. The BJP is projected to get not less than 5 seats and a most of 19 seats. In 2015, the celebration bought solely three seats.

On the idea of unilateral victory of AAP, Manoj Tiwari stated – BJP will win, all EXIT POLL will fail.

Survey based mostly on interplay with 11,839 voters
Saturday's exit ballot exhibits that the AAP retained its lead within the pre-poll ballot. On January 6, AAP was projected to get 53.three % votes and 59 seats, whereas BJP was projected to get 25.9 % votes and eight seats. This survey has been accomplished on the idea of private interview with 11,839 voters above 18 years of voting day.

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