In Sevoter’s survey, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party can get 59 seats. If the figures are to be believed then it may lose eight seats. Last time, AAP won 67 seats. At the same time, BJP can get eight seats and Congress can get three seats.
According to the survey data of Sevotor, the government of Arvind Kejriwal can be formed once again in Delhi. In the survey, 69.50 percent people have expressed confidence in Arvind Kejriwal for the post of Chief Minister. The second is BJP MP and Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan. 10.7 percent people have liked him for the post of Chief Minister.
Aam Aadmi Party has won 59 seats in Delhi elections: Survey
Ajay Maken of Congress is at number three in the survey. He is liked by 7.1 percent of the people for the post of Chief Minister. AAP’s Manish Sisodia has 2.2 percent, BJP’s Vijay Goel 1.1 percent and one percent have expressed confidence in Manoj Tiwari for the post of Chief Minister.
When people were asked this question during the survey, 70.40 percent of people said that they do not want to change the government led by AAP immediately. 27 percent of people said that they want to change the state government immediately. 2.60 percent of people said that they cannot say anything about this.
While 69.50 percent of people have declared Arvind Kejriwal as the first choice for the post of Chief Minister, 71.20 percent of people said that they do not want to remove Kejriwal from this post immediately. During the survey, people were asked whether they want to immediately replace Arvind Kejriwal as Chief Minister. 71.20 percent of the people gave this answer in ‘no’. With this, 26.60 percent people said that they want to replace Kejriwal immediately from the post of CM. There were also 2.2 percent people who said that they cannot say anything on this.
With this, 63.30 percent of the people in the survey said that they do not want to change the current Prime Minister. That is, it is clear that Narendra Modi is the first choice of the people for the post of Prime Minister. At the same time, 34 percent people of Delhi said that they want to replace the current Prime Minister immediately. 2.7 percent people said that they cannot say anything on this.