MUMBAI: Aam Admi Party's image suffers a blow for the midnight raids at Khirki Extension led by party MLA and law minister Somnath Bharti in Delhi, suggests the opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen. Around 55% respondents surveyed in Delhi feel that recent incident involving Somanath Bharti will have a negative impact on the image of Aam Admi Party.
5o per cent believe Kejriwal’s dharna over Bharti row not right
According to the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, 50 per cent feel that Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal should not have staged dharna and protested against alleged non-cooperation by officers of the Delhi Police in the after math of the incident in Khirki extension. There is a split of opinion amongst total respondents with 48% saying otherwise.
Delhi CM Kejriwal’s performance above average in last one month
According to the opinion poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen, majority of the respondents (55%) surveyed in Delhi rated overall performance of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as 'very good' or 'good' with a mean score of 3.5 which implies an above average performance. Around 38 per cent rated his performance in the last month as chief minister as good. As per the survey, 12 per cent respondents rated the performance of chief minister as 'poor' and 4 per cent as 'very poor'.
51% to vote for AAP if Lok Sabha polls were held tomorrow
As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, half of respondent surveyed (51%) said that they will vote for AAP if Lok Sabha elections were held tomorrow. Around 46 per cent said they will not vote for the party. as per the survey, there is a drop of 13% from the Vidhan Sabha voting.
Majority will vote for AAP if Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections were held tomorrow
As per the ABP News-Nielsen opinion poll, almost two thirds majority, 63% of respondents surveyed said that they will vote for AAP if Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections were held tomorrow.
50 per cent support Modi as prime minister in Delhi
Narendra Modi is the preference of half of the respondents surveyed in Delhi for the position of Prime Minister. It would appear that about 14% of those who said they would vote for AAP in Lok Sabha elections, would prefer someone other than Arvind Kejriwal as PM. Around 37 respondents voted for Arvind Kejriwal and 10 per cent for Rahul Gandhi as PM.
The opinion poll was conducted by ABP News-Nielsen between 25th and 26th January, 2014 with 1501 respondents.