New Delhi, Feb 1: Assembly elections in several states are just around the edge and the opinion polls are wobbling. Several think tanks have conducted surveys on the ever-changing popularity of a particular political party in different states. On Wednesday, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) conducted its own internal survey and according to it, AAP seems to be the leader in Goa polls. The party shared the vote share percentage on its official twitter page. Also Read - Yearender 2017: Elections That BJP Won Under Narendra Modi's Leadership This Year

According to the internal survey of AAP, AAP’s vote share in Goa is 41.9 per cent, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 21.5 per cent, Congress  14.4 and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) is 12.2. The internal survey clearly declares AAP as the winner. Also Read - Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017 Results: Congress Steals the March in PM Narendra Modi’s Hometown of Unjha

On January 31, The India-Axis Opinion poll had predicted vote shares in Goa. BJP, just like 2012 is set to win 43% of the total vote share. The Congress is set to win 35%  of the total vote share. The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak is predicted to secure 8% of the total vote share while the others are projected to win 6% of the total vote share.

Earlier,  the Kautilya opinion poll survey had predicted AAP as the winner and had stated that AAP will win 14 out of 40 seats in the Goa Assembly, with the current ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) finishing up second, with 11 seats in the Assembly. The third biggest party is predicted to be the Indian National Congress (INC), which the survey said is going to win seven seats in the Assembly.

AAP’s CM candidate in Goa is Elvis Gomes and the party is confident of coming into power in the state of beaches.