Delhi elections: Most surveys predict clear majority for AAP

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Feb 04, 2015 19:29 IST

With just under two days for campaigning to end, most opinion polls have given a majority to the Aam Aadmi Party in the Delhi Assembly elections.

The Hindustan Times C-Fore poll predicted 36-41 seats for Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP, 27-32 for the BJP and 2-7 for the Congress in the 7-seat Assembly.

India Today-Cicero on Headlines Today gave the highest number of seats to AAP: 38-46. According to the poll, the BJP will stand a distant second with 19-25 seats, and the Congress a dismal third at 3-7 seats.

The ET-TNS poll too gave AAP a clear majority with 36-40 seats, the BJP 28-32 seats and the Congress 0-3 seats.

The ABP News-Nielsen poll put Kejriwal's party exactly at the halfway mark of 35, the BJP at 29 and the Congress at 6.

The only opinion poll to give the BJP a majority was the one conducted by The Week-IMRB. It gave 36 seats to Kiran Bedi-led BJP, 29 seats to AAP and 4 to the Congress.

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