Elections 2014: Survey shows AAP loosing Delhi vote share to Congress
An opiinion poll predicts AAP loosing its vote share and winning just three of the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, while the Congress will win one seat with an improved vote share, the BJP will win three
New Delhi: The AAP has lost its vote share and will win only three of the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. While the Congress will win one seat with an improved vote share, the BJP will win three, an opinion poll said on Thursday.
AAP leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia. File pic
According to the ABP News Nielsen Poll, the Aam Aadmi Party's vote share has come down from 55 percent forecast in January to 34 percent in March.
"Arvind Kejriwal's AAP is predicted to face a loss in its vote share in Delhi and is likely to get around 34 percent vote and three seats in the Lok Sabha polls," said a release.
The opinion poll said the Congress vote share has gone up substantially from nine percent predicted in January to 28 percent in March and the party would win one seat.
"Congress is predicted to gain from the AAP loss (of vote share)," the release said.
It said the Bharatiya Janata Party's vote share has also improved from 29 percent in January to 32 percent in March. The opinion poll said the party could win three seats.