Delhi: Survey reveals that AAP will threaten BJP, Congress

Survey: AAP may bag six seats
New Delhi, Oct 29: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) entered the political arena promising to bring changes, that the citizens have been waiting for and managed to make quite a splash in the city, threatening political biggies like BJP and Congress.

According to the Samay-Hub pulse survey, Delhi will have a hung assembly in the upcoming assembly polls and AAP will be the kingmaker.

The AAP with its clean image, determination to wipe out corruption from Delhi and innovative campaigning is already setting the mood among the people for a change in the Delhi government.

The survey reveals that though BJP and Congress will ultimately fight to emerge as winner, AAP's presence may prove to be a spoiler for both the parties.

Survey: Delhi likely to witness hung Assembly in upcoming elections

According to the survey, there will be a close fight between Congress and BJP, where BJP may get 32 seats and Congress may get 31 seats. AAP however is expected to bag six seats. Though in 2008 Congress had 43 seats, this time it is likely to lose 12 seats.

On the other hand, BJP may gain nine seats from 23 seats what it had bagged in 2008.

To everyone's surprise, 19 per cent of the voters have decided to vote in favour of the AAP, where BJP will get 38 per cent vote shares and Congress will get 37 per cent vote shares.

One needs to wait and watch whether the AAP can actually make a difference in the Delhi assembly elections or will it just fizzle out.

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