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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.