Exit polls shows parliamentary elections too close to call

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Exit polls shows parliamentary elections too close to call


Rival parties are believed to be so close in Wednesday's South Korean parliamentary elections that it is extremely difficult to tell which party will be victorious, exit polls said.

An exit poll by South Korea's public broadcaster KBS predicted that the ruling Saenuri Party and the main opposition Democratic United Party will both win between 131-147 seats out of the total 300 seats up for grabs.

Another poll by MBC showed the ruling party winning between 130-153 seats against the DUP's 128-148 seats. An SBS TV poll forecast the ruling party winning between 126-151 seats and the opposition party between 128-150 seats. [Yonhap]

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