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New Poll Shows Who Between Ruto and Raila is Leading Nationwide

In Latest opinion poll released on Jul 5, the poll has put the popularity rating of Deputy President William Ruto ahead of his close competitor Raila at 49.9 percent.

According to the study by Intel Research Solutions, Odinga had a rating of 42.5 percent with 3.7 of those polled being undecided.

Roots Party Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and his Agano Party counterpart David Mwaure had ratings of 2.8 percent and 1.1 percent respectively.

This interesting development comes barely days after several kenyan polls alleged that Raila Odinga was leading aghis rival the deputy president William Ruto.

Nevertheless, according to this poll kenyans would have to go back to the ballots again since Ruto would not hit the 50 percent plus one mark.

Nevertheless, both political divides have been accusing this pollsters of being biased with a number reportedly paid to put candidates on top.

Ruto saidhe had intelligence that he was rating at close to 60 percent of the votes cast.

On the other hand, Raila is claiming to be winning against deputy president William Ruto.

As the race towards the August 2022 general elections gets stiffer, leaders have been grazing all the 42 counties seeking to be elected into office.

The presidential race is however a two Horse race between Dp Ruto and Raila Odinga.

Odinga has a slight advantage after he president Uhuru kenyatta vowed to support him as his preferred successor in the August 9 polls.

Currently, president Uhuru kenyatta is the Chairperson in charge of the Azimio Oka alliance.

A number have resulted to naming Raila Odinga a state project after the president openly endorsed him for the said position.

Ruto on the other hand is working day and night to convince more voters with his Kenya Kwanza allies, Musalia, Wetangula, Kingi, Kuria among others ahead of polls..

More to follow...

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