Aam Aadmi Party will get a “majority in Delhi Assembly Election 2020. Most exit polls predicted a sweep for the incumbent party in Delhi. The incumbent Aam Aadmi Party is likely to get 56 percent vote share in the Delhi Assembly polls according to the India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicted on Saturday evening. BJP is set to receive 35 percent vote share and Congress is likely to lag behind at 5 percent.
All pollster have unanimously predicted a clean sweep for AAP, while an absolute wipeout for Congress. The BJP’s tally is varying between 2 to 23. Times Now–IPSOS Opinion Poll indicates that the Aam Aadmi Party has a clear edge in Delhi, with Arvind Kejriwal set to become chief minister again. The pollster said that the AAP will have a comfortable majority with 44 seats.
India Today-My Axis India has divided the polls district wise and they have predicted that West Delhi has predominantly voted for the Aam Aadmi Party. The pollster says that the AAP will win 9 of the 10 seats, while the BJP may win 1. Congress, according to the pollster is unlikely to open its account.
However, the results for the 8 February election will not be out until 11 February (Tuesday) when Election Commission appointed officials will count the votes in a tightly guarded exercise, across all the 70 Assembly constituencies. However, in the meantime, exit poll surveys do provide a rough idea of the voting trend before the final results are out.