If the ABP News survey is anything to go by, the Aam Aadmi Party will retain power in Delhi with 41 out of 70 seats if Assembly polls were held today.
ABP News and C-Voter survey has found that the AAP which had won 67 out of total assembly seats in 2015 Assembly Elections might now shrink to 41 seats.
On the other hand the BJP which faced a shameful defeat against AAP in last assembly elections is expected to get a bit respectful 25 seats, according to the survey.
In terms of Vote Share also AAP is far ahead in all three regions of Delhi followed by BJP. Congress is still not able to leave a mark Vote Share, the ABP survey said.
Arvind Kejriwal first choice for CM
Arvind Kejriwal's popularity has not faded in Delhi. Around 50 percent people of Delhi think he is the best person to hold the chair of Chief Minister of Delhi. BJP's Dr. Harshwardhan is at the second position but far behind Arvind Kejriwal.
More than 50 percent people of Delhi are not happy with their MLA either, and want to change them, the survey revealed.