Move the two pointers on the Sentiment Meter to adjust the sentiment for the three parties contesting the Delhi Elections. Base scenario map shows the results of the 2008 Delhi Assembly Election. (Constituencies that were closely fought are marked Swing.) Create various sentiment scenarios and watch the changing outcome on the map. We've explained a few scenarios below to start you off:
Scenario 1: Move any one pointer to increase the AAP share slightly
You will notice that moving just a few votes from INC or BJP towards AAP will not be enough for AAP to win any seats. However, the results of some seats could still change if AAP eats into the winning party's vote share.
Scenario 2: Move any one pointer to significantly increase the AAP share
You will see that for AAP to start winning some seats it needs to pull away a large number of votes (at least 50%) from the other party.
Scenario 3: Move both pointers to increase the AAP share on both sides
You will see on the map that as AAP eats into both the BJP and INC votes they can win some seats. These seats are most likely to be won in the constituencies closely fought in 2008 election (marked Swing).
Scenario 4: Keeping the AAP share minimum, if you move both pointers in the same direction
You will see a scenario with strong pro-INC or pro-BJP sentiment. For example, reducing the sentiment for INC and increasing it for BJP can result in INC losing up to 15 seats to BJP across the state.
Play with the Sentiment Meter for yourself and tell us your observations and conclusions in the Discussion Boards below.