ABP News Survey: Kejriwal government completes one month; Did it live up to the expectations?

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Updated: 13 Mar 2015 04:24 PM
New Delhi: As Arvind Kejriwal government completes a month in power, ABP News conducted a survey that if the government lived up to the expectations of the voters of Delhi or not. The answer has not been completely in favour of the government as the voting was; but the government is still in a strong position.



The survey tried to get the answers of many questions that had been hovering the minds of the voters from past one month. The very first query was if the government performed well during the debut month or not. To which nearly 49 percent answered in favour of the Arvind Kejriwal government whereas 40 percent did not agree with them.



AAP party is known for fulfilling the tasks they promise. They did it when Arvind Kejriwal resigned within 49 days. This time too people hoped for same. Nearly 48 percent said that the AAP government completed their tasks whereas 23 percent were not satisfied by their performance.




As per the ruling party's performance during the first month, 63 percent believed that the party would fulfill all the promises they made during elections in the due course of time. On the other hand, 28 percent doubt that.




The trouble that Aam Aadmi Party is facing these days if the internal conflict and the sting spree. Due to this, Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan were showed the exit door from PAC. But who was responsible for this? During this time Arvind Kejriwal was in Bengaluru for Naturopathy treatment yet 43 percent believe that it was the Delhi Chief Minister who was responsible for Yogendra Yadav's and Prashant Bhushan's present state. On the other hand, 44 percent denied this opinion.




But will all this lead to disadvantages for the AAP party? 52 percent said yes whereas 34 percent believed that the party's image wont be affected.


Despite all the controversies AAP is facing, the Delhi people still like Arvind Kejriwal. The survey showed how Kejriwal is still way ahead than Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi.






Following are the major points that surfaced in the survey: