Jun 1, 2020

Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 Opinion Poll Prediction, Public Survey, Expected Winner Full Details

Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 Opinion Poll Prediction, Public Survey, Expected Winner Full Details :- Election Commission of India on Monday 6 Jan 2020 has announced the dates for upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections which will take place on 8 Feb 2020 and the result will be declared on 11 Feb 2020. BJP, Congress and AAP are the three major political parties which will contest in these elections while there are some other regional parties and independent candidates that can play major role in the formation of next Govt in Delhi.

70 seats are going to be up for grabs in these Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 and 36 seats are needed by any political party or alliance to form the next government in the Capital city of India.

We are sharing the predicted number of seats each party will get in the forthcoming Delhi Assembly Elections 2020 and these figures are based on a public survey conducted by us in various parts of Delhi.

Delhi Legislative Assembly Election 2020 Public Survey Prediction

  • BJP – (15 – 25 Seats)
  • Congress – (0 – 5 Seats)
  • AAP – (38 – 55 Seats)
  • Others – (0 – 2 Seats)

Well as per our public survey its looking very much evident that Aam Aadmi Party will come back in power in Delhi again. BJP will gain back some ground but still they need to do a lot more to impress the public on the Assembly level especially the onus will be on BJP Delhi President ‘Manoj Tiwari’ as people are not looking too much satisfied with his work on the ground level.

Still 1 month is left in the Delhi Assembly elections 2020 and a lot can change in this one month as we have seen the duo of Shah-Modi doing that in the past elections many times.

Keep connected with us for more updates related to Delhi Legislative Assembly Election 2020

Arjun Grover

I am a cool brat from Jammu and Kashmir who is an amateur bike rider and pro blogger. I love to hang around with mah buddies, explore new things and yes I am the one who believes in skill rather than qualification

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