AAP member and political scientist Yogendra Yadav said 32 per cent in Delhi prefers AAP while the numbers for the Congress and BJP are 28 and 24 per cent, respectively.
As per the survey, which was conducted between September 5 and October 5, the AAP led by Arvind Kejriwal is trailing by 12 seats but not by a huge margin. Yadav said his party was clearly leading in 17 seats and was marginally ahead in four seats, adding that it will recover in those seats where it is trailing within the next 50 days.
The AAP will recover in seats where it is trailing within 50 days, said Yadav
Delhi goes to the assembly polls on December 4 and the triangular contest between the ruling Congress, opposition BJP and the AAP.
The survey was conducted in all the 70 assembly constituencies.