Delhi Exit Polls Predict Aravind Kejriwal’s Dominance, BJP Struggles While Congress Looks Out Of Picture

The citizens of Nation’s capital voted today for their future for the next 5 years. Not only Delhi, but the whole of India is excited about the results that will be announced on the 11th of February. The exit poll announced at 6.30 pm today showed Aam Admi Party moving towards victory.

For a person having a full craze for knowing what’s Delhi’s mood looks like, they can be happy because of exit polls that come in as spoilers. In the meantime, the 2020 Delhi exit polls are predicting that Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party will retain the Delhi assembly for the second consecutive time. Here are some of the exit polls from differents news entities.


Times Now Survey Reveals: AAP: 48   BJP+: 26   CONG+: 0

Republic Survey Reveals: AAP: 48-61   BJP+: 9-21   CONG+: 0-1

News-X Survey Reveals: AAP: 52-56   BJP+: 10-14   CONG+: 0


ABP Survey Reveals: AAP: 49-60   BJP+: 5-19   CONG+: 0-4

NDTV Survey Reveals: AAP: 50   BJP+: 19   CONG+: 1

India Tv Survey Reveals: AAP: 44   BJP+: 26   CONG+: 0


The exit polls forecasted the number of seats different parties hoped to win in the 70-member Delhi assembly. Considering the results, the above stats might have brought a breather to the Kejriwal followers as they may enjoy another 5-year term.

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The contest is between the trio Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Bharathiya Janatha Party (BJP) and the Congress. For a couple of months, the nation’s capital was in full-wave with different manifestos and agendas been put on the table to impress the voters.

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Talking about the seats fought by each party, AAP is contesting on all 70 Assembly constituencies, the Congresscovered on 66 seats. Whereas, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is contesting from 67 seats.


Interestingly, the Bihar’s own Lalu Prasad Yadav-led Rashtriya (RJD), in alliance with the Congress and, is contesting on four seats.

Coming with the NDA alliance, the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) and Janata Dal (United) are in with BJP. The BJP has set aside two seats for JDU and one for LJP.

At sharp 6 pm, the voter turnout was recorded at 54.67% percent.

North-west- 54.35%
North East- 62.75%
South- 53.15%
Central- 53.05%
South West- 52.48%
East- 56.08%
West- 54.88%
North- 52.68%
New Delhi- 49.75%
Shahdara- 56.95%
South East- 52.35%


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These exit polls are fundamentally a poll or survey of voters that is conducted directly after they cast their votes. The team of Exit polls basically ask voters which party did they actually vote for. Such polls are conducted by various organizations that use different methods for the purpose. But, it’s important to note that this prediction is just a calculated theory and not a final result.