What's on the minds of Delhi's voters? Will chief minister Sheila Dikshit return to power for the fourth time?
Does Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party have a serious chance in the elections? In an exclusive Hindustan Times-C fore survey, we asked people across the national capital their opinions on the upcoming elections.
The survey found that 35% voters in Delhi consider rise in food prices as the top issue in their minds: only 7% of them consider corruption to be the biggest issue. The Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party were neck-and-neck among young, first-time voters.
Research organisation C fore conducted the survey between 1st August and 10th September, 2013, covering all the assembly constituencies in Delhi. In each assembly constituency about 200 interviews were conducted. In all, 14689 voters were interviewed using a structured questionnaire.
As many as 48% of the respondents were females. Here are five results from the survey. Come back later for the
of the survey. Watch a debate on the survey results at 8pm on CNN-IBN.