New Survey reveals KCR wins again and Jagan soars in AP

For sure, all eyes are on the early polls in Telangana. Now, as per the findings of India Today’s Political Stock Exchange (PSE), K. Chandrasekhar Rao, who heads TRS, is ahead with 43 per cent of respondents voting in favour of him.

The PSE revealed, state Congress president Uttam Kumar Reddy secured second place with 18 per cent of votes and the Telangana BJP leader G. Kishan Reddy stood in thrid position with 15 per cent of votes.
Around 48 per cent of respondents expressed satisfaction with the KCR government while 26 per cent rated it bad and 16 average, according to the PSE findings.

On the other hand, in Andhra Pradesh, 43 per cent of the respondents favoured the YSR Congress president Jagan Mohan Reddy as the next chief minister as against 38 per cent supporting incumbent N Chandrababu Naidu.
The state’s TDP government also appeared to be hanging precariously on the performance front, with 36 per cent of voters rating it bad and 33 good.