Of the 600 people polled, 66 per cent favour AAP in power in the capital although, with 28 seats, it is only the second largest group in the 70-member Delhi assembly.
Around 29 per cent felt the BJP, the single largest party with 31 seats, should form a government. Around 60 per cent said 'no' to the BJP and AAP coming together to form a government in Delhi -- a suggestion made by former police officer Kiran Bedi.
Of the 600 people polled, 66 per cent favour AAP in power in the capital
Around 83 percent felt the AAP should not form a government with the help of Congress -- which has eight legislators -- and others. At the same time, 64 percent people in Delhi "are open to another election as no party has got a complete majority".
The survey was conducted by ABP News-IPSOS Snap Tuesday in 25 of the 70 assembly constituencies. This survey was conducted following the confusion over formation of government in Delhi.
The assembly election results have thrown up a hung assembly as neither BJP nor AAP succeeded to get the magic number of 36. While BJP got 32, AAP grabbed 28 seats. Both parties rejected to form alliance with Congress and Other parties which got 8 and 2 seats respectively.
(With IANS inputs)