Haryana assembly polls 2014: BJP to win 46 seats, predicts ABP News-Nielsen exit poll

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BJP will emerge as single largest party in Haryana by winning 46 seats.
New Delhi, Oct 15: As the assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana have come to an end, the exit poll predictions have started coming in. The exit polls have predicted a massive victory for the BJP and credited the Modi-wave for win in the 90-member assembly.

ABP News-Nielsen exit poll

According to ABP News-Nielsen exit poll, the BJP will emerge as single largest party in Haryana by winning 46 seats.

As per this poll, Chautala's INLD will stand at second position with 29 seats, and Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led Congress will be at third with 10 seats. BJP's former ally HJC will win 2 seats and gives only 2 seats to others.

C-Voter exit poll

The C-Voter exit poll, shown on Times Now, has given 37 seats to BJP and gives INLD 28 seats. The poll gives 15 seats to Congress while giving 6 seats to HJC.

Chanakya exit poll

Chanakya was the most accurate exit poll during the Lok Sabha polls 2014. As per this exit poll, BJP stands at number one with 52 seats and INLD at second with 23 seats. Bhupinder Singh Hooda who has ruled the state for 10 years has been given 10 seats and HJC has been given 3 to 5 seats.

However, most of the exit polls are predicting fractured mandate in Haryana, hence things will become clear on October 19, when the results are declared.

Earlier in the day, high turnout was reported from most areas as voting for 90 assembly seats in Haryana ended on Wednesday. The state saw a turnout of nearly 72 percent till 6 pm, election officials said in Chandigarh.

The officials said that voters were still queued up at polling stations and that the poll percentage would go up. The final polling percentage would be known later.

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