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BSP at top, BJP, SP share 2nd spot: UP exit poll
May 03, 2007 22:26 IST
An exit poll after the sixth phase of voting in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections on Thursday showed the Bharatiya Janata Party and the ruling Samajwadi Party at second place after the Bahujan Samaj Party, which continues to maintain the lead in the projections.
NDTV's exit poll predicted 120 to 130 seats for the BSP, 110 to 120 for both the BJP and the SP, 35 to 45 for the Congress and 10 to 20 for others in the fray for the 403-member Assembly.
It predicted 19 to 23 seats for the BSP, 16 to 20 for the SP, 9 to 13 for the BJP and up to three for the Congress in Thursday's voting in 52 constituencies of the state.
An India TV-C voter exit poll gave 17 to 21 seats to the BSP, 13 to 17 to the SP, 12 to 16 to the BJP, one to five to the Congress and as many to others in Thursday's voting.