In an interview to Hindustan Times (read here), AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said that the support for the party had increased post Kejriwal's resignation from the post of Delhi CM.
"We have evidence to show that our popular support in Delhi has gone up. While we do not have evidence of the support outside of Delhi yet, I would guess that it would have worked to our overall advantage notwithstanding lot of adverse media commentary," he said.
Yadav also said that the party was looking at contesting a little over half of the Lok Sabha 543 seats. He also said that the AAP had a good foothlod in states like Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, parts of UP, Maharastra and Karnataka.
Yadav also seemed confident of doing well in the elections.