What India Today-CVoter poll survey in bifurcated Andhra said

New Delhi, Feb 20: India Today and CVoter conducted an opinion poll in Andhra Pradesh, the electorally state which was bifurcated into Telangana and Seemandhra with the passing of the contentious Telangana bill in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday evening.

Here are some of the findings of the poll:

Modi is the most favourable PM candidate in both Telangana and Seemandhra

1. YSRC chief Jagan Mohan Reddy is seen as the real representative of the united Andhra movement although neither people of Telangana nor Seemandhra are sure of his real designs

2. TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu's stand created confusion in the mind of the voters

3. 51% believe Jagan is the best man to develop Seemandhra

4. 49% in Telangana believe KC Rao as the best leader in Telangana

5. 50% in both Telangana and Seemandhra think Narendra Modi is the best prime ministerial candidate

6. 46% in Telangana and 57% in Seemandhra think the TRS will merge with the Congress

7. 15% in Seemandhra favours Rahul Gandhi as the PM while 18% in Telangana favours him

8. YS Rajasekhar Reddy was the most popular CM in Andhra in recent past (60% in Telangana and 56% in Seemandhra)

9. 71% in Seemandhra wants Hyderabad as the joint capital and Union Territory. In Telangana, the figure is 30%.

10. 44% in Seemandhra credits Jagan

11. 26% in Telangana believes the Congress was for united Andhra Pradesh while 67% in Seemandhra holds Congress responsible for creation of Telangana

12. 19% in Seemandhra wants Hyderabad to stay with Telangana

13. Former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh Kiran Kumar Reddy and Congress lack confidence among the people of the region

Vote shares and seats:

In Telangana:

Congress 10% (1 seat)

TRS 42% (14 seats)

BJP 19%

TDP 15%



In Seemandhra:

Congress 10% (1 seat)

YSRC 48% (18 seats)

BJP 3%

TDP 30%

TRS 0.4%


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