The most popular presidential candidate, according to the latest opinion surveys issued by Mizani Africa, would win the election if it were held today.
Respondents were given the opportunity to express their opinions on all presidential contenders.
The majority of them wanted Deputy President William Ruto to succeed his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, with 49.2 percent of the vote compared to his closest political challenger, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, with 45.1 percent.
Kalonzo Musyoka, the leader of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA), emerges in third place with a significant lead over the duo, garnering only 2.9 percent of the vote.
Mizani also discloses that 2.1 percent of respondents were undecided about who they would vote for if the polls were held today, while 0.7 percent voted for someone else.
The Mizani polls were issued just a day after TIFA released another poll that looked at the popularity of presidential contenders in the three areas of Nairobi, Busia, and Murang'a.
In the counties of Busia and Nairobi, Raila was favoured over Ruto, while Ruto was preferred in the county of Murang'a.
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