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Delhi assembly elections 2013 predictions are giving a changing sign of a long rule of Sheila Dikshit who is current chief minister of Delhi serving since 1998.
If we look at Parliamentary elections held in 2009, then INC faired very well.
So going clearly by statistics of parliamentary elections 2009 Results, the predictions for Assembly and party wise seats for delhi is as follows:-
To vote for your party vote online in Delhi Opinion Poll 2013 here
According to ABP News-Nielsen October 2013 survey prediction AAP to bag 18 of 70 seats in Delhi.
India TV-CVoter survey predict their opinion poll for upcoming delhi assembly election 2013. The poll survey projects BJP to win 30 seats, the ruling Congress 29 seats, Aam Aadmi Party 7 seats, BSP 2 and 'Others' 2 seats in the 70-seat Delhi assembly.
A Hindustan Times-C Fore pre-poll survey projection :-
There seems to be some good news for the troubled Congress from the national capital Delhi. A Hindustan Times-C Fore pre-poll survey predicts a fourth consecutive term in office for the Congress with the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) broom actually sweeping the BJP votes, unintentionally helping the Congress to retain power.
Though Looking at anti congress Wave everywhere due to corruption, price rise and crime It looks highly unlikely that Congress will be able to get these many seats and form the government this time.
Looking at current trends from Media a report shown in DilliAajtak TV following are the trends.
The ABP News-Nielsen survey 'Mood of the Nation' has said the BJP is likely to emerge as the single largest majority in the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls.
The survey predicted that the BJP was likely to win 32 seats, while the Congress tally might come down to 27 seats. Arvind Kejriwal's newly floated Aam Aadmi Party was likely to win eight seats, the survey findings revealed.
According to Parliamentary Elections held and the voting pattern observed following are the figures :-
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