For some time now, different organizations have been carrying out opinion polls around the country to see who between Raila Odinga and William Ruto is the most popular presidential aspirant. TIFA has been at the fore front in carrying out this polls and today they have yet again released results of an opinion poll conducted recently.
While addressing the media, the chair of the body highlighted some of the regions where each of the candidates has the largest following. He said that Raila has his strongholds in Nairobi, Nyanza, Western Coast and lower eastern. Kenya Kwanza on the other hand is popular in Mt Kenya, Central Rift, North Rift and South Rift. Raila therefore has one more zone extra than DP Ruto.
Comparing the popularity of the two in the Mt Kenya region. TIFA said that Ruto has a more following than Raila Odinga. Raila has just 26% and Ruto has 46%. Mt Kenya is considered the biggest region with the majority of voters and having a huge following there means one is assured of winning. TIFA also said that the regions have registered different numbers and therefore having many regions does does not necessarily mean that one will win.
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