Survey reveals Arvind Kejriwal is the first choice of Delhites as CM candidate

By on October 16, 2013


ABP News-Nielsen Survey reveals that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to gain from both the Indian National Congress (INC) and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) in the upcoming Delhi Elections.

The ABP News-Nielsen survey has been conducted from October 9 to 12 in 21 assembly area of Delhi where 3838 people were asked for their opinions. Corruption is biggest issue for the people of national capital with 49 per cent votes.

The opinion poll said that the AAP was likely to bag as many as 18 seats during the elections. The BJP, on the other hand, is likely to emerge as the single largest party, surpassing the incumbent Congress in the Assembly polls with around 28 seats and a vote share of around 34 per cent. The survey also suggests that the Congress will bag around 22 seats.

The opinion pre-poll said that 32 per cent of the respondents preferred Kejriwal as the chief minister, while 27 per cent preferred incumbent Sheila Dikshit and another 27 per cent were for the BJP’s Vijay Goel. Between August and October, the survey said, eight per cent more respondents favoured Kejriwal, while the preference for Dikshit also increased from 22 to 27 per cent, while it remained constant for Goel.

Survey revealed that Delhi is moving towards hung assembly. AAP has already announced that they will never support Congress or BJP.

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