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India TV-CVOTER exit poll: Modi all set for hat-trick in Gujarat, Congress touches half-way mark in Himachal

[ Updated 20 Dec 2012, 08:54:09 ]
India TV-CVOTER exit poll: Modi all set for hat-trick in Gujarat, Congress touches half-way mark in Himachal
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New Delhi: The ruling BJP under the leadership of Chief Minister Narendra Modi is all set to score hat-trick in Gujarat assembly elections with near two-thirds majority, according to an exit poll conducted by India TV in association with CVOTER.



In Himachal Pradesh, it appears to be a neck-to-neck fight. The exit poll results indicate that Congress will be touching the half-way mark while the ruling BJP will emerge as a close second.

Let’s have a look at the exit poll results for the two states one by one:




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