Politics is gaining ground daily as the elections on August 9, 2022 get near. Various political parties are organizing a number of rallies across the nation in an effort to win over voters before the election in August. On the other hand, various businesses are occupied with polling the public to determine who might run for office.
According to numerous research organizations the area is one of the swing-vote locations where Kenya Kwanza and Azimio-One Kenya will compete to discover who is more powerful.
The study was carried out between May 30 and June 4, 2022. A total of 1,225 people from the county nine constituencies were questioned via telephone and in-person using this method of interviewing.
If elections were held today Mithika Linturi, a candidate for governor who is allied with Kenya Kwanza alliance would win. According to the polls findings he has a 32.3 percent advantage over his two rivals.
With 29.4% of those surveyed promising to vote for Kawira Mwangaza who is running on an independent ticket she would place second
Kiraitu Murungi a Jubilee party candidate from Kenya comes in last with a 28.1 percent support rating in the area.10.2% of those surveyed were not sure who they would vote for as governor.
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