Delhiites want AAP to form government: survey

Last Updated: Tue, Dec 10, 2013 15:43 hrs

New Delhi: A snap poll Tuesday said most people in Delhi want the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to form a government although the elections have thrown up a hung house.

Of the 600 people polled, the ABP News-IPSOS Snap Poll showed that 66 percent favour AAP in power in the capital although, with 28 seats, it is only the second largest group in the 70-member Delhi assembly.

Around 29 percent felt the BJP, the single largest party with 31 seats, should form a government.

Around 60 percent said 'no' to the BJP and AAP coming together to form a government in Delhi -- a suggestion made by former police officer Kiran Bedi.

Around 83 percent felt the AAP should not form a government with the help of Congress -- which has eight legislators -- and others.

At the same time, 64 percent people in Delhi "are open to another election as no party has got a complete majority".

The survey was conducted by ABP News-IPSOS Snap Tuesday in 25 of the 70 assembly constituencies.

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