Survey says AAP will win18 seats, Kejriwal most favoured CM

Survey: Hung house likely in Delhi
New Delhi, Oct 17: Looks like it is going to be indeed a win of the aam aadmi this election season, with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) gaining momentum on political honchos like BJP and Congress.

According to a poll conducted by AC Nielson for ABP News, the outcome of the Delhi Assembly elections is likely to be a hung assembly with no party in a position to form the government.

The poll shows that AAP will win 26 per cent of the votes and 18 seats in the 70-member assembly. It also indicates that Arvind Jejriwal, AAP's CM candidate is the most preferred CM candidate with 32 per cent people backing him as opposed to 27 each for CM Sheila Dikshit and BJP's Vijay Goel.

The poll also projects that BJP will emerge as the largest party with 34 per cent votes, whereas Congress will get 27 per cent votes.

AAP has shown 11-point increase in vote share from August and October

AC Nielson had earlier conducted a survey in August on the Delhi assembly polls and results differ now from the August polls predictions. That time it was estimated that BJP would win 32 seats, while Congress would win 27 seats.

The surprise package here is the AAP that has shown a 11-point increase in the vote share from August and October.

AAP has been banking on the aam aadmi (common man) for votes this election. Their main agenda has been to connect with the people and rid the capital of corrupt political parties.

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