New Delhi, Feb. 14 -- The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has won 62 out of the 70 assembly constituencies (ACs) in Delhi with a vote share of 53.6%. This is a replication of AAP's 2015 victory when it won 67 ACs with a vote share of 54.3%. AAP's assembly victories are in sharp contrast to its performances in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, when it won no Parliamentary Constituencies (PCs). This means that there are two categories of voters who vote for AAP in assembly elections. The first could be described as a core voter who stays with the AAP. The other clearly comprises voters who desert it during national elections for other parties. How big are these two groups? And is AAP's core voter base bigger in some parts of Delhi than others?

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