Friday, Sep 17, 2021
Outlook.com
Outlook.com

'AAP Vote Share Down To 34% From 55% In Delhi'

'AAP Vote Share Down To 34% From 55% In Delhi'
'AAP Vote Share Down To 34% From 55% In Delhi'
outlookindia.com
1970-01-01T05:30:00+05:30

Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party is predicted to face a lose in its vote share in Delhi, likely to get around 34 per cent and 3 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, as compared to 55 per cent vote share in the opinion poll conducted in January’2014.


According to the opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen, Congress is likely to benefit by AAP’s loss, and is predicted to get a vote share of 28 per cent and one seat as compared to 14 per cent in February 2014 and 9 per cent in January 2014 forecast.

As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, in Delhi, BJP is emerging stronger with a vote share of 32 per cent and 3 seats as compared to 30 per cent and one seat in February 2014 and 29 per cent share in January 2014 opinion polls.

The opinion poll was conducted in Delhi by ABP News-Nielsen between 9th March, 2014 to 16th March, 2014 with 456 respondents. The confidence interval (margin of error) assumed for vote share prediction lies in the ranges of ±5%.

Advertisement

Outlook Newsletters

Advertisement

More from

Read More from Outlook

PM's Birthday Gift: 1 Crore Vaccinations In A Day As Health Ministry Pushes For New Record

PM's Birthday Gift: 1 Crore Vaccinations In A Day As Health Ministry Pushes For New Record

Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said the country will all make a new record of COVID-19 vaccination, which will be a birthday gift to PM Narendra Modi.

Nitin Gadkari Claims He Makes Rs 4 Lakh Every Month From YouTube For His Lecture Videos

Nitin Gadkari Claims He Makes Rs 4 Lakh Every Month From YouTube For His Lecture Videos

The Union Minister claims he became a chef and started cooking at home and has delivered more than 950 lectures online.

Return Of Campus Life As Colleges Reopen After Long Pandemic Shutdown

Return Of Campus Life As Colleges Reopen After Long Pandemic Shutdown

After befriending gadgets for attending online classes students finally are back to real books and real conversations. Read more education stories in our latest issue.

J&K Asks Govt Employees To Submit Reports On Their Family And Associates

J&K Asks Govt Employees To Submit Reports On Their Family And Associates

Government employees in J&K have been warned of action in case they fail to submit detailed reports on their relatives, persons sharing residential space with 'hostile' links.

Advertisement