According to Radio Africa Group poll released today through The Star Newspaper Kenya, the following are the areas where Raila Odinga enjoys high support as compared to his rival in the August general elections William Ruto;
According to the poll, Raila is still in the driving seat in Coast region, the region has been a stronghold for the former Prime Minister since 2007, 2013, and 2017 when he received the lions share from this region, currently if elections were to be held today, Raila would get 42.3% of the votes from this area with Ruto getting 40.1% of votes from this area.
Raila has always enjoyed massive support from his home region Nyanza where he has always got the lions share of votes as compared to his previous competitors, this has not changed as he still enjoys 66.1% of votes in this area with William having 21.1% of votes only.
3. Western region
Western region is another region that has always supported Raila's previous presidential bids, according to Radio Africa Group poll, they are willing to support him once more with 40.2% of the voters from this area siding with Raila and 38.7% of voters from this area siding with Ruto.
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