exit poll

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a poll of voters as they leave the voting place

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1 million voters go to the polls Sunday during which time more than 2000 exit poll workers will be stationed at approximately 1,000 polling stations in 118 constituencies.
The exit poll said the far right Golden Dawn would come third with 6.
The BBC's exit poll, organised by Prof John Curtice, caused shockwaves and led to Lib Dem Paddy Ashdown's pledge to "eat my hat" if his party took just 10 seats as the survey predicted.
The official broadcasters' exit poll and a rival YouGov poll gave vastly different election outcomes.
The exit poll of around 20,000 voters is dramatically at odds with polling during the election campaign, which suggested right up to the last day that Conservatives and Labour were heading for a dead heat.
Pundits also warned that, because of the margin of error built into the exit poll, an overall Tory majority could not be ruled out.
Obviously we have seen the exit poll, it's a very interesting poll.
Results so far suggest the exit poll is accurate but the majority of the 650 seats have yet to declare.
The India Today- Cicero exit poll had predicted that AAP would get 38- 46 seats and the BJP 19- 27 seats.
Exit polls had predicted comfortable majority for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) with predictions varying between 35 and 48 seats for AAP in the 70-member assembly.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was reelected in a second landslide victory, according to exit polls.
The current plan is to do a full-state exit poll in Texas," said Joe Lenski, executive vice president of Edison Research, the New Jersey firm that conducts polling for the National Election Pool, a consortium that includes The Associated Press, ABC News, CBS News, CNN, Fox News and NBC News.
The face-to-face exit poll, conducted by Glevum and the Kabul-based Asia Innovative Research and Communication (AIRC), says a majority of those interviewed (53 percent) said they had voted for Ghani and 47 percent for Abdullah.
Similarly in Bihar, the exit poll results have dismissed any chance of the RJD's resurgence, giving a clear lead to the NDA.
New Delhi: Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is set to become India's next prime minister, according to a major exit poll released late on Wednesday, following others forecasting that his opposition party and its allies could win a parliamentary majority.