Looking into the latest political trends in AP, it's understood that people's perception is drastically changing on various political parties.
Firstly, the CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is striving out rigorously to ensure his election promises are implemented effectively. For time being, there is no anti-incumbency on the government and people are welcoming every decision being taken by the YSRCP government.
TDP had to taste bitter experience with the humiliating defeat in the electoral battle. The negativity on the party was reflected through drastic fall of TDP's vote bank in the elections. Sadly, TDP seems not to have learnt any lessons from the loss. The party is still making fuss on various issues which turned out to be a laughing stock among the people. TDP's chief Chandrababu Naidu continues to bluff people with his own scripted 'Meeru Odipovadam Entayya'. A group of people are visiting everyday and are seen condoling CBN as per the guidance of some TDP leaders. Especially, people were irked by the shameless defence of TDP leaders for the demolition of illegal construction, Praja Vedika. On the other hand, MP Kesineni Nani too joined the TDP's comedy batch with his immature posts in social media. All these factors have kept TDP in bad books of the people.
In fact, Power Star Pawan Kalyan led Janasena faced the Biggest of all defeats in the polls. Pawan Kalyan, himself, lost both Bheemavaram and Gajuwaka constituencies. Finally, the party could get satisfied with just one MLA seat in the elections. Yet, there's no one to have criticised Pawan Kalyan on his after poll political decisions. Certainly, a vacuum has been created in AP with the TDP's ongoing plight. And then, Janasena is hoped to be the one and only alternative force in near future to fill the vacuum. People have a trust on Pawan Kalyan's agitations against the governments. That's why, in spite of offering Janasena a huge defeat, people have kept the party and its chief into their good books.
That's the difference between TDP and Janansena after polls from people's perspective.