Twitter has been tracking the Indian Lok Sabha elections very closely. And why not, with 850 million voters, it is one of the largest exercise of democracy in modern political history. To add to that, the recent exit polls on India's potential leadership has only added to the drama.
In such times, social networking platforms have proven to be key to cracking the popular opinion. And observing these various trends, Twitter has released data showing how India has been voting.
Tracking the hashtag #IndiaVotes, Twitter has created interactive graphs depicting worldwide opinions are on Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal.
Here's a look at what the world has been saying about India's key contenders, over the last month:
Another graph depicts 'Which leader is winning the #IndiaVotes battle on Twitter?' mapping trends from April 7 onwards:
Here's a party-wise look at the election battle:
And here's their verdict on which party is winning the #IndiaVotes battle on Twitter: