Survey predicts victory for YSRCP in AP

New Delhi, Jan 26,
2013:  A latest India Today-Nielsen survey
has predicted that the ruling Congress will be ousted from power and YSR
Congress Party will get majority seats in the assembly and Lok Sabha if
elections are held at this juncture in Andhra Pradesh.

The survey, ‘Mood of
the Nation Poll’, said that YSRCP, led by its president Sri Y. S. Jagan Mohan
Reddy, will sweep the Assembly polls in the coastal and Rayala seema areas and
also emerge as the largest party in the Lok Sabha from the state.

The survey found 64 per
cent of the people interviewed felt that cases registered against Sri Y.S Jagan
Mohan Reddy are the result of political vendetta unleashed by the Congress.

Congress Party, which
got 33 seats in Andhra Pradesh in the 2009 General Elections, will only get 8
seats as it may end up with less than 18 per cent of the votes compared to its
share of 52.5 per cent in the last elections.

YSR Congress Party will
take away the major chunk of the Congress votes in the elections, according to
the survey.

AP Chief Minister Kiran
Kumar Reddy has stood in the 8th position in the country when the
survey tried to find out the best CM.

slightly better placed than UPA

The survey found that
the UPA, which got 259 seats in the last Lok Sabha polls, may get only 152 to
162 seats while NDA’s strength in the Lower House may go up to 208 from the
present 198 seats. The survey said that Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi
and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi were favoured as the next PM by 41 per
cent and 57 per cent of the people interviewed respectively.

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