New Delhi: If the Times Now poll is to be believed, the Aam Aadmi Party is poised to sweep the Delhi assembly elections winning between 54 and 60 seats in the 70-member house. On the other side, BJP is projected to get 10 to 14 seats and Congress at best two.
The poll, conducted by Ipsos, was released by Times Now on Monday.
Presenting it as an essentially bipolar contest, the poll shows that AAP will get a 52% vote share against BJP’s 34%.
While 71 per cent of the respondents expressed support for the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), as many as 51 per cent of Delhiites believe the anti-CAA protest at Shaheen Bagh is “unjustified”.
However, voters’ disagreement with the Shaheen Bagh protest won’t translate into votes for the BJP, because according to the survey, AAP, whose campaign focused on its governance initiatives, emerged as the winner.
53 per cent of the respondents trusted AAP for communal harmony while 33 per cent reposed their faith in BJP for the same.
As for the unemployment, 47 per cent of the respondents have faith in AAP and 37 per cent trusted BJP.