To another question in the survey over whom they hold responsible for development and other issues, 16.1 per cent of the respondents held the Delhi government responsible, followed by the Central government selected by 11.9 per cent people.
A total of 10 per cent believed that the local legislator was responsible for the development and other issues in their area while 7.8 per cent people held the Chief Minister accountable for the same.
Meanwhile, only 3.9 per cent held the Prime Minister accountable for development and other issues while only 0.6 per cent people held the local parliamentarian accountable for the same.
The survey, carried across Delhi's urban, semi-urban and rural areas, had a sample size of 2,326 people.
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