An opinion poll released by the Intel Research Solutions on Tuesday ,July shows that the Kenya Kwanza Presidential candidate William Ruto is ahead of his close competitors Raila Odinga at 49.9 per cent
The Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga closely follows with a rating of 42.5 per cent with 3.7 of those polled being undecided.
Roots Party Presidential Candidate Grorge Wajackoyah has an improvement from previous polls conducted by Intel Research Solutions, Wajackoyah has a current rating of 2.8 percent,gaining more popularity among the the other presidential candidates in the country.
After releasing his manifesto yesterday the Agano Party Presidential Candidate David Mwaure gets a rating of 1.1 per cent according to the recent reports released by Intel Research Solutions.
In the polls William Ruto's popularity dropped 51..2 per cent in earlier poll released by IRS on June 19 to 49.9 per cent creating a drop of 1.3 percentage points.
Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga maintained his popularity at 42.5 percent.
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