Times Now- C Voter survey on Andhra Pradesh is pre-matured one. Survey done in a fluidic political situation. In an uncertain political atmosphere judgement of the people will be swayed by emotions. There is every possibility that post Telangana, massive political polarisation is expected.
So far Telangana Congress has not taken any credit for achieving Telangana State. If Telangana Bill passed through the Parliament in winter session, Congress can take the credit to the maximum level and also consolidate its forces by attracting deserted leaders.
And also many of the YSRCP and TDP leaders may choose to join Congress. If TRS not going to merge with Congress, some of YSRCP and TDP leaders may opt to join in TRS. If TRS merges with Congress, the political polarisation may take a different turn.
Political crystallisation will take place only after December 2013. Until then any survey reports reflect the aspirations of concerned regions. But not an actual future of Telangana and Seemandhra. As per Times Now survey projections are like this: TRS: 13, YSRCP: 13, Congress: 7, TDP: 8, MIM: 1
Regarding Seemandhra, a lot to be going to happen. Capital question, assuring a bright future and getting due packages, above all giving confidence to the people….these issues will make a difference. Real battle begins after division only. One cannot come to a conclusion on the numbers basing the present scenario.