Nairobi county county is city of more than three million voters as per IEBC data. The county under the leadership of governor Anne Kananu will be experiencing stiff competition for over three million votes between four presidential candidates that include Ruto, Raila, Wajackoya and Waihiga. The competition for the number of votes seems to lie between Ruto and Raila Odinga.
Latest three polls in the county has really shown who could be the winner of race in the county. According to Infotrak results of the month of this month, Raila Odinga's popularity stands at 49% while Ruto's stands at 30%. Radio Africa Research alleged that Odinga leading in the country with 50% support while Ruto is having 41% support.
Also Citizen TV revealed some days ago that Raila Odinga is more in the country with 50% popularity compared to Ruto's 25%. From these three polls, it is clear that Raila is above William Ruto in the county. It is now clear that the ODM leader will get more votes in Nairobi compared to Ruto. The great support in the county tells that he will win presidential race in Nairobi.
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