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ABP NEWS NIELSEN POLL- AAP likely to impact Congress the most in Lok Sabha polls.

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MUMBAI: ABP News- Nielsen Snap Poll in Delhi-NCR & Mumbai: Arvind Kejriwal's AAP likely to impact congress the most and other parties to a lesser extent in the Lok Sabha polls, predicts the Snap poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen in Delhi and Mumbai.

According to the Snap poll, In Mumbai and Thane, INC+NCP likely to get around 3 seats in 2014 general elections as compared to 8 seates in 2009. BJP+SHS predicted to get 6 as compared to the single seat in 2009 while AAP likely to bag only one seat.

AAP predicted to sweep Delhi, to wipe off Congress: As per the ABP News- Nielsen Snap Poll in Delhi-NCR & Mumbai, in Delhi, Kejriwal's AAP likely to wipe away INC, to get 6 seats. Congress might not get a single seat as compared to slean sweep of all 7 seats in 2009 polls.

Modi scores over Kejriwal as the most preferred PM candidate: As per the ABP News- Nielsen Snap Poll in Delhi-NCR & Mumbai, the appeal of Arvind Kejriwal seems restricted to Delhi as BJP's Narendra Modi leads in Mumbai and NCR with an overall votes of 48 per cent. Congress scion Rahul Gandhi stands third in the race for PM with an overall 16 per cent votes.

BJP likely to hold its seats in NCR (Haryana): According to the ABP News- Nielsen Snap Poll in Delhi-NCR & Mumbai, BJP predicted to get 2 seats in NCR (Haryana- Gurgaon and Faridabad). BJP likely to hold its seats or gain, barring in Delhi. Congress predicted to lose both with around 12 per cent vote share as compared to the vote share of over 38 per cent in 2009.

AAP predicted to win Ghaziabad, dent BSP: As per the ABP News- Nielsen Snap Poll in Delhi-NCR & Mumbai, in NCR (Uttar Pradesh- Ghaziabad and Gautam Budha Nagar, AAP and BJP likely to get one each in 2014. AAP likely to dent BSP which got a seat in 2009. As per the Snap polls, AAP could win in Ghaziabad.

The Field work for the ABP News-Nielsen Snap poll was done in the 21 Parliamentary constituencies in Delhi, NCR and Mumbai region between 10th-12th January, 2014 with 2585 respondents.

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