YS Jagan To Be Next AP CM

Hyderabad: With the exit polls from across the country indicating that YSR Congress is set to emerge victorious by comfortably winning over 130 seats in 175-member Assembly, a survey conducted by VDP Associates revealed that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is the preferred choice for the post of chief minister.

The State-wide survey pointed out 45 per cent of people wants to see YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as the next chief minister as TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu with 40 per cent. About 13 per cent of the State population is rallying behind actor-turned politician and Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan.

It emerges that Jagan Mohan Reddy’s Padayatra covering the length and breadth of the State has made him a people’s leader who understands and empathises with masses and their issues. His remarkable connect with people and clarity of thought vis-à-vis issues afflicting people make him stand out while putting his opponent Chandrababu Naidu way behind. Despite all the charisma that he has brought into the politics, Pawan Kalyan doesn’t seem to make much of an impact akin to his brother Chiranjeevi who was trounced by the Congress party led by the then chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy in 2009.

Here’s the predictions of various pollsters for Andhra Pradesh Assembly

iPulse survey

YSRCP – 110-120

TDP- 55-62

Janasena Party + - 0-3

BJP – 0

Congress -0

VDP Associates

YSRCP- 111-121

TDP – 54-60

Janasena Party -0-4

BJP -0

Congress -0

Centre for Psephology Studies

YSRCP – 133-135

TDP – 37-40

Janasena Party – 0-1

BJP -0

Congress - 0


YSRCP- 126

TDP- 47

JSP- 2

KK Survey

YSRCP- 130-135

TDP- 30-35

JSP- 10-13

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