CNN-IBN, CSDS Exit Poll Gives Clear Victory to BJP, 3 seats to AAP

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shows his forefinger marked with phosphorous ink after casting his vote at a polling booth during the sixth phase of 2014 Lok Sabha Polls in Guwahati on April 24, 2014. (Photo: IANS)CNN-IBN Lokniti and ABP-Nielsen both project around 281 seats for the BJP led NDA.

CNN-IBN Lokniti gives NDA 270 – 282 seats, the BJP 230 – 242, UPA 92-102 and Congress 72 – 82.

The Times Now – ORG poll gives BJP 249 seats, which is 23 seats short of a majority.

CNN-IBN-Lokniti has said that UPA will win 92-102 and the Congress 72 – 82, whereas ABP Nielsen has predicted 97 seats for Congress and gave 4 seats to AAP.

Aam Aadmi Party idealogue Yogendra Yadav said he may go with the CNN-IBN predictions, but not agree about his party getting merely four. “People are looking for a change. And BJP and Mr Modi are promising to provide that,” Yadav told CNN-IBN.

Otherwise, the CNN-IBN and CSDS exit poll survey shows the BJP is likely to win 5-7 seats in Delhi while AAP may get 2 seats and the Congress totally routed from the national capital.

In Punjab, the BJP is tipped to win 6-9 seats while the Congress may have to get satisfied with 3 seats at most.

The Congress may not get even one seat in Tamil Nadu while the DMK may win 7-11 seats, the exit poll projections said.

AIADMK of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is tipped to win in 22-28 seats in the state, while the BJP is being tipped to win only 4-6 seats.

The exact exit poll results will soon be out today.

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