A survey by an anonymous source says that the TDP is emerging stronger and the ruling Congress would be relegated to the fourth place. YSRCP and TRS occupy second and third positions.
The results of the latest survey conducted by Center for Development Studies (CDS) have reveled some unbelievable facts about the possible future of the political parties post 2014 general elections.
As per the results, TDP is the only party to make it presence felt in all the three regions of the state. While YSR Congress performd much below the expectations, Congress is a complete washout in Seemandhra and stands only next to TRS in Telangana region due to the bifurcation issue. The strong cadre base of TDP across the state has once again become the talking point with the latest survey.
Telangana: TRS: 43-48 seats; Congress: 29-34 seats, TDP: 29-34, BJP: 5-8 seats.
Andhra: TDP – 99-104 seats; YSR Congress: 16-19 seats; Congress: 0 seats.
Rayalseema: YSR Congress: 26-29 seats; TDP: 20-24 seats; Congress: 2-5 seats.
Obviously, it’s Chandrababu who will be having the last laugh as his party is going to secure over 150 seats in the upcoming polls.