The survey conducted by ABP News-Nielsen also predicted Congress is expected to get 6 seats in the 70-member House.

The survey also said Kejriwal seems to be the most preferred candidate for the position of Chief Minister of Delhi with 48 per cent, followed by Kiran Bedi of BJP with 42 percent.

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AAP maintains its stronger hold over economically weaker, weaker sections and muslims. Kejriwal marginally pips Kiran Bedi when it came to who does more "tamasha" than working for development in Delhi.



The opinion poll was conducted with 6,396 respondents in 35 constituencies by ABP News-Nielsen from January 25 to January 31, 2015.

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Delhi goes to polls on February 7. The votes will counted on February 10 for 70-member Delhi Assembly. Over 900 candidates are in the fray for February 7 polls.

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