Poll conducted by Mizani Africa between 6th and 10th March has shown the percentage of the population in Western, Mt Kenya and Rift Valley regions that supports Raila's decision to protest against President William Ruto's administration. According to the poll, in Western region comprising the counties of Kakamega, Bungoma, Vihiga, Busia and Trans Nzoia, 39% of respondents does not favour Raila's decision to protest with 55% of them backing the decision.
In Mt Kenya region including counties of Nyeri, Meru, Embu Kiambu among others where Dp Rigathi Gachagua comes from, 92% are against the decision by Odinga with 6% supporting this Azimio's idea. In Rift Valley region where President Ruto comes from and also his stronghold, a total of 86% are against demonstrations with 12% supporting Raila's idea. Nairobi county is also behind Ruto as 61% of the respondents are against Azimio's protests with only 35% being behind Raila despite being Raila's stronghold. Odinga has declared that Monday a big day where demonstrations will be countrywide against Ruto and his government. Do you agree or disagree with Raila's demonstrations?
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