NEW DELHI: Even as the BJP targets Delhi’s ruling Aam Admi Party over issues like education, water and power in the run-up to February 8 Assembly polls, the results of the Neta App survey show that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s flagship programmes have won the approval of a large section of citizens.
The results of the ‘Janata Barometer Survey’, released on Wednesday, have also thrown up several interesting facts about citizens’ satisfaction levels with the performance of the AAP government in the key areas of healthcare, education, water, electricity and e-services.
It also lists out constituencies that are satisfied and those that are dissatisfied with Kejriwal’s performance on each of these areas.
The survey findings show that 76 per cent of respondents are satisfied with the quality of education being offered at Delhi government schools.
In the area of healthcare, 80 per cent of respondents believe that healthcare in Delhi has become more accessible under the Aam Admi Party.
In terms of electricity supply too, 86 per cent of respondents expressed satisfaction with the supply at their homes. Similarly, 63 per cent are satisfied with the water supply at their homes.
As per the survey figures, 64 per cent of respondents have availed doorstep delivery of e-services, launched by the AAP, that includes various government documents like driving license, ration card, marriage certificate, at their place of choice.
The ‘Janata Barometer Survey’ results are based on the responses collected, between January 20-27, from 40,000 respondents spread across the capital. The app enables citizens to vote for their favourite leaders and then modify their vote on the app as and when their preferences change.