The battle of Delhi is away by 48 hours and there seems to be a huge panic in the Saffron party because the Opinion Polls predict that Aam Aadmi Party would emerge as the single largest party and may even form government in Delhi. The ABP News-Nielsen survey reported that AAP would get 35 seats, seven up from the 2013 elections while BJP would be the second with 25 seats. The Delhi voters would like to see Kejriwal as the chief minister while Kiran Bedi stood second. The AAP Convener Kejriwal has garnered 48 percent as the CM of Delhi and Bedi secured 42 percent.
The vote share of AAP improved drastically to 37 percent while there is one percent loss of vote share for BJP with 33 percent. In 2013 elections, BJP got 34 percent vote share and AAP got 29.5 percent share. However, the India Today Group-Cicero pre-poll tracker said, AAP would get a clear majority to form government in Delhi. According to this survey, AAP would get 38 to 46 seats and BJP is likely to get 19 to 25 seats.
In the both the surveys, the Congress looked never in the game and mostly will be confined to single digit. Also there is significant drop in the vote share of Congress by 11.5 percent.