Survey Reveals Arvind Kejriwal Is The First Choice Of Delhites As CM Candidate

By on December 7, 2013

The record turnout that saw voters waited in queues for hours without complaint in the evening has raised hope for change that Arvind Kejriwal has been promising to deliver. The debutant Aam Aadmi Party casts an air of uncertainty on the outcome of the election.

Most of the surveys reveal that AAP is expected to secure between 25-27 percent vote share and is likely to get between 13-20 seats in the 70 seats assembly. As per surveys, Arvind Kejriwal is the most preferred candidate for CM post with the approval rate of 23-27 percent, while Sheila Dikshit got between 13-15 percent approval.


The exit-polls have given rise to speculation by political observers that large numbers of VIPs may lose their seats as a result of the high level of public dissatisfaction with incumbent Congress.

According to the C-voter exit poll, BJP is likely to get 29 seats, the incumbent Congress 21 and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) 16 and Others 4. The ABP News-Nielsen survey gave BJP 32 seats, Congress 18 and AAP 18, while others will win 2 seats. The India Today-ORG survey reveals Congress to get 21 seats, BJP to get 41, AAP 6 and others will get 3 seats. The Chanakya Survey gave 29 seats to BJP, 10 seats to Congress, and 31 seats to AAP.

Opinion Polls has a mixed bag of findings for Congress and BJP, but a common denominator is that AAP will change the political equations in Delhi.

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