It thirty five days to general elections with politicians doing there best to win elections. Campaigns are on top notch with opinion polls revealing how different candidates are fairing in different seats.
Meru County has been termed as a shaky ground for both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio with analyst saying that any of the two camps that play fairly will win the place. Mizani Africa have revealed the latest opinion polls in the area where Uda party is leading.
In the gubernatorial race Mithika linturi of Uda is leading with 32% of the total votes followed closely by the area women representive Kawira Mwangaza who has 29.5% with the incumbent governor ranking with 28.1%. 10% of the residents are undecided on who to elect as the governor.
In the senatorial race south Imenti Mp Kathuri Murungi leads with 53% of the total votes cast followed by Joseph Arimba of Dp Party who has 23% with james Mithika of Jubilee coming third.
Elizabeth kailemia of Uda has maintained the lead in women representive seat with 43.5 followed by Edith Mwirigi who is an independent candidate with 26.4 with Felicity Biriri of Mbus closing the top three with 20.1%.
Uda party has been named as the most popular party in the county with Mbus party of Governor Kiraitu coming second and jubilee party closing the top three according to Mizani.
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