With an overall voter turnout of 57%, polling for the Delhi Assembly Election 2020 has concluded. Many polling agencies have started publishing the Delhi Exit Poll 2020. All of them have given a clear victory for the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi Election 2020. As the fate of 672 candidates is sealed in the EVM machines, let’s have a look at the figures of Delhi Election Exit Poll 2020.
According to the TIMES NOW-IPSOS Exit Poll, AAP is expected to win 47 seats in the Delhi Election 2020 and BJP+ may get 23 seats. As per this poll, Congress will not score a single seat in the current election. The vote share of AAP will be 51%, BJP+ will get 40.5% vote share, and Congress+ will be reduced to 6%. Other parties may get a 2.5% share of votes. In Addition to this, ABP NEWS-CVOTER Exit Poll has given 56 seats to Aam Aadmi Party while 12 and 2 seats for BJP and Congress respectively.
Jan Ki Baat Delhi Exit Poll 2020 shows 55 seats for AAP and 15 for BJP. News X-NETA has expected 55 seats for AAP. While it gives 14 and 1 seats for Bharatiya Janata Party+ and Congress. The Delhi Exit Poll by INDIA TV predicts 44 and 26 seats for AAP and BJP+ respectively.
A combined Delhi Exit Poll has predicted that the Aam Aadmi Party will score 51 seats for the Delhi Assembly Election 2020. While BJP will be victorious on 18 seats. Notably, 4 out of 8 Delhi Exit Polls have forecasted that the Congress and its allies will not win a single seat in this election, too. As can be seen from the Exit Polls, BJP seems to improve the performance considerably as compared to the previous election. Since Arvind Kejriwal was the only CM candidate for Delhi Election 2020, he may get to be the Chief Minister of Delhi for the third term if the actual results resemble Exit Poll Results. The Delhi Election Result 2020 will be announced on 11 February.
BJP Delhi president Manoj Tiwari has tweeted that all the Exit Polls will fail. Twitter further wrote that the Bharatiya Janata Party will form the government in Delhi with 48 seats. His tweet should be saved and the opposition should not start searching new excuses to blame the EVMs, he added further.