New Delhi, Jan 29: If we go by the Hindustan Times- C fore survey then history is likely to repeat itself as the survey predicts that the capital may be heading for a Hung Assembly.
According to the survey (read here) both BJP and AAP are likely to get 31-36 seats whereas the Congress is likely to get between 2 to 7 seats.
The survey was conducted between Jan 10 and 19 and again revisited after Kiran Bedi was announced as the CM candidate. The survey also reveals that Arvind Kejriwal was still the preferred choice for a CM with 43 per cent people voting for him.
Bedi on the other hand received 39 per cent votes and followed by Maken who got 12 per cent votes.
Delhi will go to polls on Feb 7 and the results will be announced on Feb 10. Delhi has been under President's Rule for ver a year now after Arvind Kejriwal had stepped down from the CM's post last February.