AP Survey As the AP Assembly elections are going to be held along with the general elections across the country, everyone's focus is on our state. Then national media organizations and survey agencies entered the field.
AP Survey: Politics is changing rapidly in AP. The calculations of the alliances are coming to an end. The ruling YSP is ready to fight alone. The Telugu Desam Party has formed an alliance with the Janasena. And the Congress party is also planning to hand over the reins of PCC to Sharmila and get significant votes in the next elections. On the other hand, the Left parties are also looking to tie up with the Congress party. On the other hand, there are signs that BJP is positive to join TDP and Jana Sena alliance. This will change the political landscape in AP. Who are they hoping to win?
As the AP assembly elections are going to be held along with the general elections across the country, everyone's focus is on our state. Then national media organizations and survey agencies entered the field. They are trying to defeat public opinion. This survey process is already going on across the state. Survey organizations are also collecting opinions on phones. In this background, the nationally renowned India Today channel has conducted a latest survey titled Mood of the Nation in collaboration with the C Voter organization. In relation to AP, it seems that the survey was divided into four parties like YCP, TDP-Jana Sena alliance, Congress and BJP. But unlike the surveys that have come so far.. the results of this survey are remarkable.
It seems that this survey was done on the basis of Lok Sabha seats. Out of 25 parliamentary seats, TDP-Jana Sena alliance is leading with 17 seats. YCP will be limited to eight parliamentary seats. In the last election, YCP won 22 seats, but in this election, it has lost 14 MP seats. It has been revealed that the TDP-Jana Sena alliance is likely to get 45 percent of the votes. This survey concluded that YCP will also get 41% votes. It is clear that the Congress party will get 2.7% of the votes and the BJP will get 2.1% of the votes. Each Parliament seat consists of seven Assembly seats. According to this calculation, TDP-Janasena alliance is likely to get 119 seats and YCP 56 seats.
There are already reports that BJP is positive for an alliance with Telugu Desam Party. It is known that Chandrababu directly went to Delhi and held talks with top BJP leaders. On the other hand, Pawan Kalyan also reached Delhi today. Key discussions will be held tonight. There will be a clarity on the issue of alliances tomorrow. However, it seems that the latest survey has considered only TDP-Jana Sena as an alliance. Now it seems that if BJP joins these two parties, there is a possibility of increasing some more seats. But the latest survey is filling TDP and Janasena with enthusiasm. There is some kind of confusion in YCP.