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TRS, YCP facing anti-incumbency, says IANS Survey

Chandrasekhar Rao, most unpopular CM in India

AP CM Jagan’s graph falls rapidly

BJP to make inroads in Telangana

Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) survey predicts along with C voter

Hyderabad: It is not at all good news for ruling parties in Telugu states as per latest IANS C voter survey. Both CMs of Telugu states are facing anger from voters according to the survey conducted at random.

Coming to Telangana, CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao is the most or most unpopular CM in the country in terms of facing maximum anger from voters. The ratio is around 30.3% and is looking for a change in the state. As per Yashwant Deshmukh (founder of C voter), it is the time for KTR to take up the President Post of the party or else has to face severe damage in next elections. It is only solution for TRS party to stay in power, felt Deshmukh.

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Deshmukh said the time has come for the BJP to make inroads into the state with the central government having good ratings against the state government’s score. The anger against  MLAs of ruling party in Telangana is 23% and stood in 3 rd position in the country.

In Andhra Pradesh, two recent surveys also predicted that YCP graph is falling down day by day. But all those two surveys showed that the anger is against sitting MLAs rather than the CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. Now the latest survey by IANS predicts the same. Nearly 28.5% voters are angry with  their MLAs’ work and seriously bent upon teaching  a lesson in next elections. This percent is less when compared to sitting MPs in AP.

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Jagan Mohan Reddy is also keen on not giving tickets to few sitting MLAs in next elections. He is currently busy in getting reports on the performance  of MLAs in their constituencies. Jagan is not happy as the MLAs are not implementing the schemes in the constituencies at grass root level. Pollsters feel that there will be change in scenario by bringing new faces in elections like what happened in West Bengal recently. TMC changed sitting MLAs who are facing severe anger of voters and the same might be repeated in Andhra Pradesh too by YCP.

Survey with tracker run in Indian languages interviewed more than million respondents in person which is quarterly report card on CMs across country. The margin of error is +/-5% at state level as per the IANS.

The survey by same group predicted tough fight between YCP and TDP in 2019 elections in AP, but at the end it was Tsunami created by YCP.

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