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Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not Congress or BJP: Poll

February 15, 2014 19:51 IST

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This may be the best piece of news Arvind Kejriwal, who has weathered one storm after the other during his short stint as the chief minister of Delhi, has heard in a while.

A snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS has predicted that despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi.

The poll was conducted among 1,013 respondents in 10 assembly constituencies in Delhi.

The Congress will bite the dust and the Bharatiya Janata Party will emerge as a distant runner-up in the Delhi assembly elections, says the poll.

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Image: The Aam Aadmi Party's message on Valentine's Day
Photographs: Courtesy: https://www.facebook.com/AamAadmiParty

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Nearly 49 per cent feel that Arvind Kejriwal did the right thing by stepping down from the chief minister’s post in the wake of the Aam Aadmi Party’s failure to table its flagship Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly.

But a higher number of respondents -- 48.9 per cent -- believe that it was wrong on the AAP's part to bring down the state government after only being in power for 49 days.

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Image: The Aam Aadmi Party's message on Valentine's Day
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But in bad news for both the Congress and the BJP, 67 per cent respondents feel that Kejriwal and his party deserve another chance and are likely to vote for the newbie outfit if Delhi goes to polls again.

While only 6.5 per cent voters are likely to vote for the Congress, 23.1 per cent will vote for the saffron party.

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Image: Inside Delhi Assembly the day AAP tried to table the Jan Lokpal Bill
Photographs: Courtesy: https://www.facebook.com/AamAadmiParty

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Take note Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung!

As many as 84.8 per cent of respondents believe that assembly elections should be held in Delhi again, as suggested by the the the Kejriwal-led Cabinet before it resigned on Friday evening.

Only 15.2 per cent believe that assembly elections should not be held again, as recommended by Jung in a letter to President Pranab Mukherjee.

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Photographs: Courtesy: https://www.facebook.com/AamAadmiParty

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In more good news for the Aam Aadmi Party, which is gearing up for the Lok Sabha polls, 55.6 of the respondents in Delhi are likely to vote for it in the Parliamentary elections.

While a meagre 6.7 per cent will vote for the Congress, 34.1 per cent respondents said they will vote for the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls.

As many as 62 per cent of respondents felt that the Kejriwal-led Delhi government, during its short stint, had managed to fulfil the promises made by it during campaigning.

But 31.9 per cent expressed the opinion that the short-lived state government could not deliver on all the promises made by the party.

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Image: Cut-outs of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi at a political rally
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