New Delhi, Jan 29 : Ahead of the February 8 Delhi Assembly elections, the Neta App 'Janata Barometer Survey' results come as a shot in the arm for Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The findings of the survey, released on Wednesday, indicate that Kejriwal has managed to please a large section of Delhi's citizens with his handling of utilities such as power and water supply.
As per the survey, 86 per cent of respondents are happy with the electricity supply while 76 per cent said they have benefitted from AAP's free electricity scheme, up to 200 units a month.
The constituencies that said they had benefitted most from Kejriwal's handling of electricity supply include Tri Nagar, Kejriwal's own seat New Delhi, Uttam Nagar, Okhla, and Gandhi Nagar. The constituencies that benefitted the least include Ghonda, Madipur, Kondli, Moti Nagar, and Nangloi Jat.
When it comes to water supply, satisfaction levels ranged between 62 to 65 per cent. While 63 per cent of respondents are satisfied with the water supplied to their homes, 62 per cent respondents also conveyed satisfaction with the quality of water supplied.
The poll also found that 65 per cent respondents are beneficiaries of AAP's free water scheme.
New Delhi, Uttam Nagar, Timarpur, Dwarka, and Mundka are among the constituencies that benefited the most from the AAP's water supply schemes. The constituencies that benefited the least include Adarsh Nagar, Narela, Rajinder Nagar, Trilokpuri, and Ghonda.
The 'Janata Barometer Survey' results are based on the responses collected, between January 20-27, from 40,000 respondents spread across the national capital. The app enables citizens to vote for their favourite leaders and then change their vote on the app as and when their preferences change.
Apart from power and water, the survey measured the performance of the AAP government in the key areas of healthcare, education, and, e-services and respondents gave the party a thumbs-up In the run up to Assembly polls, the ruling AAP is facing a determined assault from the BJP over the governments' handling of key issues like power, water, healthcare, education and e-services.