This Article is From Dec 04, 2013

Assembly Elections 2013: 4-0 sweep for BJP, show exit polls for four big states

Assembly Elections 2013: 4-0 sweep for BJP, show exit polls for four big states

Residents of Delhi queue to cast their vote (PTI photo)

New Delhi: The "exit poll of polls" shows the BJP winning 4-0 in Chattisgarh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. In Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal's party makes an extra-ordinary debut.

The results below are an average of the exit polls conducted by different agencies.

Rajasthan: The poll shows the BJP evicting the Congress from power. The half-way mark for the state assembly is 100. The BJP lands 125, the Congress just gets 55.

Madhya Pradesh:
The BJP and Shivraj Singh Chouhan return to power for a third term. The half-way mark for the state assembly is 115. The BJP grabs 141, the Congress gets 77.

Delhi: The half-way mark is 35; the BJP gets 34. The Congress gets 17. Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party makes a strong debut with 17 seats.

Chhattisgarh:
The BJP and Raman Singh return for a third straight term. The half-way mark is 45, the BJP gets 52, the Congress gets 35.

(Source: C- Voter; Today's Chanakya; CSDS; ORG; Nielsen)

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