The 2022 elections was long awaited by the voters for them to elect new leaders who they hope will change their lives. Ruto and Raila appears to be the top presidential candidates who can easily win the coming elections. Some think that Ruto has an upper hand since he has Mt Kenya and Rift Valleyas his stronghold while others think that Raila will win the coming elections because Uhuru controls Mt Kenya in favour of Raila.
Opinion polls are going to be released weekly as opposed to monthly according to new decision that Radio Afrika has made. The poll firm works closely with star newspaper as they conduct opinion polls through telephone calls.
The latest opinion poll was released yesterday and it revealed that Raila was ahead of Ruto. Raila had a popularity ratings of 46.2% while Eilliam Ruto had a popularity rating of 45.3%. But, do you trust the opinion polls that the Radio Afrika releases?
Elsewhere, Ndindi Nyoro has reacted to the latest opinion polls that gave Raila an early lead. The poll results alleges that Raila is leading with 46% and 42% respectively. Nyoro who is a close early of the deputy president has said the polls are fake.
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