Numerous research firms continue to conduct opinion polls in various sections and sectors of the country. August surveys are focused on who people want to lead them. Mizani Africa presented a report on their findings today in Nyeri county. We'll go with Vice President William Ruto's UDA party, which, according to the story, is doing well.
Mutahi Kahiga, a UDA candidate, leads the governorship contest with 49.5 percent of the vote. Ephrahim Majina of the Jubilee party comes in second with 33.7 percent, followed by Gachara Kamanga with 9.0 percent.
Wahome Wamatinga, who is also running on the UDA ticket, gets 47.3 percent of the vote in the Senate race, followed by Kabando Wa Kabando (17.3 percent) and Priscilla Nyokabi (17.3 percent) (17.3 percent ). (15.6 percent).
This comes just days after both presidential candidates announced their running mates. Mt Kenya was chosen by both of them because of its vast voter base. As a result, the competition is to collect as many data points as possible.
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