New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been projected to emerge as single largest party in Delhi assembly elections, voting for which was held today.
According to IndiaTV-CVoter exit poll till 5 pm, AAP has moved far ahead of the BJP and it is projected to win within a seat range of 35-43. BJP has been projected to win within a seat range of 25-33.
The exit poll has an F2F sample size of randomly selected 25,796 respondents interviewed today in randomly selected polling booths across 70 assembly segments till 5 pm, according to C-Voter that conducted the poll.
The Congress, which ruled Delhi for 15 years at a stretch, has been projected to win within a range of 0-2. It had won 8 seats in 2013. ‘Others' have been similarly projected to win within a range of 0-2 seats, says the exit poll.
In the December 2013 assembly polls, BJP had won 31 seats, AAP 28, Congress 8 and Others 3.
In vote share projections, the IndiaTV-CVoter exit poll projects 43 pc voteshare for AAP, followed by 40 pc for BJP, 11 pc for Congress and 6 pc for ‘Others.
In the December 2013 assembly polls, BJP had got 33 pc votes, followed by AAP with 29 pc, Congress 25 pc and ‘Others' 13 pc.