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Chandy's mass contact programme 'Jana Samparka Paribadi' is highly popular across the state. Over one third of the respondents feel that it is a genuine move and not a political gimmick. Over 66 per cent feel that it is a good move.
Even though the UDF's vote share is high, its popularity is declining. While 44 per cent respondents are happy with the UDF, 50 per cent are unhappy with the current regime.

kerelatrackBut Chandy is more popular than his government with 57 per cent people satisfied with his performance. However, true to its age old tradition, Kerala is not in a mood to return the incumbent UDF government to power in the event of an Assembly election.
Just 23 per cent respondents say the UDF should get one more chance with 47 per cent respondents against it.
Moreover, 55 per cent respondents are dissatisfied with the UPA at the Centre and just 44 per cent are satisfied with PM Manmohan Singh. Overall the anti-UPA mood is still greater than the pro-UPA government mood in Kerala.
Rahul Gandhi ahead of Modi in Kerala:
Rahul Gandhi is leading the PM race in Kerala. He is ahead of Narendra Modi by a huge 14 per cent. While 21 per cent respondents back Rahul Gandhi for the post of PM, Modi has just 7 per cent support.
AAP impact in Kerala
A total of 67 per cent respondents surveyed have heard of the AAP in Kerala. Among them 22 per cent want the AAP to contest from their Lok Sabha seats. But only 13 per cent are inclined to vote for the AAP.

kerelasurSource: Election Tracker, CNN-IBN 

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