Several exit polls conducted by National TV channels have predicted a comfortable victory for Aap Aadmi Party (AAP). The assembly polls in Delhi, which was concluded a little while ago, recorded a very low voter turnout of 54.6%, against 67.12% in 2015.
According to majority of news channels, Arvind Kejriwal is likely to retain the CM chair in New Delhi and his party (AAP) is expected to win more than 50 assembly seats. It requires a win in 36 out of 70 segments for Aam Aadmi Party to regain power in Delhi. The exit polls which're out have predicted more then 70% of MLAs to AAP. So, Arvind Kejriwal is going to sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Delhi for third consecutive time.
On other hand, Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have failed in attracting the voters despite some anti incumbency on ruling AAP. On other hand, Congress party can be seen nowhere in race.
Major Exit Polls results:
Times Now - IPSOS : AAP - 44, BJP-26, INC -0
India News : AAP-55, BJP-14, INC-1
Republic-Jan Ki Baat : AAP:48-61, BJP:09-21, INC:1
News X-Neta : AAP - 53-57, BJP-11-17, INC-0-2
ABP-C Voter : AAP:49-63, BJP:05-19, INC:0-4
SOURCE : GULTE