Split over Kejriwal's resignation as CM

MUMBAI: There is a split in the opinion about the dramatic resignation rendered by Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister over Janlokpal, says the snap poll conducted by ABP News- IPSOS over his exit after a brief stint as Chief Minister. Around 49.1 per cent feel Kejriwal did the right thing by quitting from the post of CM over Janlokpal row, whereas a close 48.9 per cent respindents feel it was a wrong decision to bring down the AAP government in 49 days.


Right         49.1

Wrong       48.9

Can't say       2


As per the ABP News- IPSOS snap poll, around 67 per cent respondents feel that Aam Aadmi Party deserves another chance and are likely to vote for them again if there are re-polls in Delhi right now. A meagre 6.5 per cen likely to vote for Congress, 23.1 per cent predicted to vote for BJP if assembly elections are held again in delhi.


BJP.          23.1

INC             6.5

AAP.         67.1

Others        1.4

Can't say    1.9


According to the snap poll, majority of respondents 84.8 per cent feel that there should be re-polls in Delhi.  Only 15.2 per cent feel assembly elections should not be held again in Delhi.


Yes     84.8

No      15.2


As per the ABP News- IPSOS snap poll, around 55.6 respondents are likely to vote for Kejriwal's AAP party in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls as compared to over 67 per cent in Delhi. The appeal of AAP party seems to be confined to the Delhi polls. Around 34.1 per cent predicted to vote for BJP whereas only 6.7 per cent to support Congress in the Lok Sabha elections. As per the snap polls, Congress predicted to get dented by AAP in both assembly and Lok Sabha polls.


BJP            34.1

INC              6.7

AAP           55.6

Others         1.1

Can't say     2.5


According to the snap poll, around 62 per cent respondents feel that Kejriwal's AAP government fulfiled the promises made by them in their short 49-day stint in Delhi. Around 31.9 per cent feel that he could not give all that was promised by the AAP party.


Yes                62

No               31.9

Can't say       6.1


The snap poll was conducted by ABP news and IPSOS in 10 assembly constituencies in Delhi with 1013 respondents on 15th February, 2014.



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