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Exit polls for North: BJP dominates UP; AAP decimated in Delhi; BJP-SAD still a winner in Punjab

Monday, 12 May 2014 - 9:24pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Webdesk

Uttar Pradesh

According to CNN-IBN, BJP is expected to win in Uttar Pradesh. BJP would get a 40% share which translates to 45-53 seats. The Congress is down to 10% vote share from 22% in 2009. This translates into only 3-5 seats for the Congress. The ruling Samajwadi Party will win about 24% vote share which translates to 13-17 seats.

Mayawati led BSP down to 21% from 27% in 2009. The 21% translates to about 10-14 seats for the BSP in Uttar Pradesh. The congress is to win about 24% vote share which translates to 1-3 seats. The BJP to win about 29% vote share which makes about 3-7 seats.

According to Times Now, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will dominate in Uttar Pradesh taking in 25% of the votes and winning 52 seats. BSP will take in 24% of the votes and just 6 seats. Samajwadi Party (SP) will win 12 seats while Congress will only take in 10 seats.

Haryana

CNN-IBN predicts, BJP-Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) is projected to win about 38% of the vote share which is a jump from 22% in 2009. Congress is predicted to fall to 24% vote share in 2014 from a 42% in 2009. Indian National Lok Dal to jump from 16% in 2009 to 20% in 2014. AAP will be at a meagre 4% vote share.

According to Times Now, Congress wins 7 seats and BJP takes 3 seats, while AAP fails to win a single seat in Haryana.
 
Punjab

CNN-IBN suggests that Congress will win about 29% vote share which translates to 3-5 seats. BJP-SAD about 40% share which translates to 6-9 seats. AAP at a whooping 21% which goes to about 1-3 seats in Punjab.

According to Times Now, in Punjab, BJP and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) will win 7 seats, Congress gets 6 seats. 

Delhi

CNN-IBN predicts, AAP is projected to win about 7 seats which is about 31% of the share. The BJP could win about 5-7 seats which translates to about 45% share an increase of 10% from 2009. The Congress is down to 17% share from a 57% share in 2009.

According to Times Now, in Delhi, BJP will win 6 seats and Congress will take in only 1 seat. AAP is not expected to not win a single seat.

Himachal Pradesh

CNN-IBN predicts that the BJP will remain stable at a 51% vote share as it had 50% in 2009. Congress to fall to 37% from a 46% in 2009.

According to Times Now, BJP dominates all 4 seats in Himachal Pradesh, denying Congress a single seat.

The BJP is expected to take 230-242 seats according to CNN-IBN and 218 seats, according to Times Now


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