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4 exit polls give an edge to Congress in Punjab

Four exit polls conducted by different TV channels have given the opposition Congress an edge in the January 30 Assembly elections, the counting of which would be taken up on March 6.

chandigarh Updated: Mar 04, 2012 18:23 IST
HT Correspondent

Four exit polls conducted by different TV channels have given the opposition Congress an edge in the January 30 Assembly elections, the counting of which would be taken up on March 6.

While India TV-C Voter exit poll gave 62-68 seats to Congress and 44-50 to SAD-BJP alliance, Headlines Today poll predicted the Congress would bag 58-62 seats, with SAD-BJP combine bagging 50 to 54 seats.

News 24-Today Chanakya exit poll gave Congress 60 seats and SAD-BJP 52.

IBN7-CSDS exit poll gave 48-60 seats to Congress, and 51-63 to SAD-BJP combine.

As per Star News - AC Nielsen exit poll, Congress is likely to bag 58 seats while the SAD-BJP alliance will get 56.