Survey: AAP's popularity declines since January 2014

Survey: AAP losing its voters
New Delhi, March 29: If opinion polls are to be believed, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that was riding high on its Delhi Assembly election success is not as popular as it used to be.

According to a survery done by AC Nielsen for ABP News, the poll done for the month of March shows that AAP's vote share is 34 % and the BJP's 32 % while the Conrgess would get 28 % of votes.

This is after the survey shows a drastic drop in the vote share of the AAP. In January AC Nielsen had done another poll which revealed that AAP had 55 % of vote share, while BJP received 29 % and Congress got 9%.

In the Februrary poll, the numbers reduced for AAP as it got only 49 % vote share, while BJP received 30% and Congress got 14%.

According to the survey the AAP's poll base has reduced by 21 percent in the past two months.

It is however now clear why AAP's polls share has reduced but many speculate the in-fighting in the party, many members leaving the party and perhaps the 'Modi wave is also responsible for it.'

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