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Regions where William Ruto is ahead of Raila Odinga according to Radio Africa Group polls

According to Radio Africa Group polls that was released today and published by the Star Newspaper Kenya, the following are regions where the deputy president enjoys high numbers as compared to ODM leader;

1. Central

Raila has been making efforts to climb Mount Kenya and his efforts are yielding fruits, the former Prime Minister now has 25.1% of Mount Kenya support few months to elections. The Deputy President however still has the lions share of that region enjoying 59.8% support.

2. Lower Eastern

The Deputy President enjoys 41.3% of Lower Eastern Regions vote while Raila Odinga has 23.0% only in the same region.

3. Nairobi

The deputy president William Ruto has been on a campaign tour in the capital city and this might be working out perfectly for the second in command as enjoys a whooping 44.8% support of this vote rich area, this is a blow to Raila considering that he has always enjoyed the lions share in this region in 2013 and 2017 elections, currently, Raila has 35.7% only.

4. North Eastern

William Ruto is on the lead in North Eastern Region with 40.2% while Raila Odinga has 38.2% of support from this area.

5. North Rift

The Northern part of Rift Valley according to the poll is locked behind the Deputy President ahead of August general elections with Ruto enjoying 55.7% support from this area and Raila trailing with 22.9% support from this area.

6. South Rift

The Deputy President has the support from both the North Rift and the South Rift, he currently enjoys 59.4% of the South Rift support with his rival Raila Odinga enjoying 26.9% of the support from that region if the elections were to be held today.

7. Upper Eastern

Finally, the Deputy President has the support of voters from upper Eastern Region enjoying a whooping 55.8% from that region with Raila Odinga enjoying 25.6% only.

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