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Exit polls predict AAP may win just 0-6 seats in elections

Monday, 12 May 2014 - 9:30pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Webdesk

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to win just 0-6 seats in the Lok Sabha elections, according to exit polls out on Monday.

The Times Now survey gives no seats to AAP, though it predicts that AAP will win about 12% of the vote in Delhi and 10% of the vote in Punjab.

C-Voter predicts that AAP is slated to win just 1 seat in Maharashtra, 3 in Punjab and upto 2 in Delhi, making a total of 6 seats.

The CNN IBN poll predicts upto 2 seats for AAP in Delhi. 

The India Today Group-Cicero projection for Delhi is 0-2 seats for AAP and the rest to the BJP. ABP also predicts just 0-2 seats for AAP in Delhi.

In Karnataka, the AAP is projected to win just 1-2%of the vote share, and get no seats, which will be divided between the BJP, Congress and JD(S).

No survey gives any seats for AAP in Maharashtra.

AAP had high hopes of winning seats in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Karnataka. Outside these four states and Maharashtra, AAP almost seems non-existent.

 




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