Delhi opinion poll: BJP gets majority but AAP is qualified

The India Today Group-CICERO survey conducted in the first week of December with a sample size of 4,273 people offers good news. for the main contestants.

\ On the one hand, BJP is slated to gain the majority seats required to form the government. But the silver lining for AAP:According to the survey, Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party will more or less retain the same number of seats it got in December last year. The party is likely to bag between 25-31 seats. Congress, however, is likely to face near decimation, getting only 3-5 seats. The BJP will consolidate gains with 34-40 seats. In December last year, the party won in 28 constituencies, seven short of the half-way 35 seat mark.

Reacting to the survey, AAP spokesperson Yogendra Yadav said, "The tides are turning in Delhi. When the polls get closer, it will be polarised between AAP and BJP. The Congress will remain an insignificant third and more the Congress loses, the disproportionate advantage will come to AAP." former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal stays ahead in the chief ministerial race despite his dramatic resignation after a 49-day short but eventful stint.

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