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Another Poll Shows Ruto Loosing Popularity to Wajackoyah

A recent opinion poll released by the Intel Research Solutions (IRS) on Tuesday July 5 has revealed that Roots Party of Kenya presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is 'eating' into Ruto's popularity.

According to the results, William Ruto's popularity dropped from 51.2 percent on June 19 to 49.9 percent in July. This means William Ruto dropped by 1.3 percent comparing the two IRS poll results.

Wajackoyah's popularity grew by 0.9 percenet to 2.8 percent. The increase in popularity was attributed to Ruto's decline in popularity and his unique manifestos which most likely has impressed the younger generation.

[Photo: Presidential Candidate George Wajackoyah]

Azimio-One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga maintained his popularity at 42.5 percent.

Agano Party presidential candidate David Mwaure had his popularity increase by 0.4 percent to 1.1 percent in July. 

The number of undecided voters has risen further by 0.1 percent making the new 3.7 percent.

The results are still being released at a live conference in Nairobi, more to follow.

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