- Maha defeat for Congress
- Despite odds, a consolation
- NOTA beats smaller parties, tribals use it most
- Power shift: BJP may eye co-operative bodies next
- At 88, PWP MLA Ganpatrao Deshmukh wins his 11th Assembly polls
- Many BJP ‘imports’ fail election test despite Modi rallies
- Corruption taint spurs INLD debacle, Chautala scion loses
Exit polls: More misses than hits
The story of exit polls in India can be summed up by the fact that in both 2004 and 2009, they did not give the UPA much of a chance. But history books will tell you that on both occasions the Congress-led alliance ended up in power.
The infographic below will give you a good idea how good, or bad, exit polls have been in India.