Narendra Modi preferred most as PM: ABP-Nielsen survey
According to the survey, 48 percent of the respondents wish to see him voted for the top chair. It also suggests that 31 percent of the respondents back Arvind Kejriwal and just 16 percent want to see Rahul Gandhi at the top.
In Delhi itself, as many 45 per cent respondents favour Modi as the next Prime Minister, while 42 per cent back AAP's Kejriwal and 11 per cent back Rahul Gandhi for the top job.
The country's financial capital Mumbai got similar responses with 51 percent agreeing upon Modi, 22 percent backing Rahul Gandhi and 18 percent supporting Kejriwal. Interestingly, five per cent of the respondents haven't voted for any one of them.
Covering 21 Lok Sabha seats, which include 7 from Delhi, 6 from Mumbai, and the rest from NCR. Of the 21 seats, the survey predicts 10 seats for BJP, 8 for AAP and 3 seats for Congress as on date.
The survey further predicts that of seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, six will go to AAP and one will go to the BJP. Of six seats of Mumbai, four will go to BJP-Shiv Sena alliance, the survey states.
The survey was conducted between January 10 and 12. Approximately, 2,585 respondents were interviewed during the survey.