The opinion poll that was conducted by Mizani Africa, a Pan-African research firm, showed that Ruto won with 58.2 per cent support followed by Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) party leader Raila Odinga who had 27.1 percent. The Amani National Congress(ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi came third with 5.2 percent whereas the Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua was listed at 3.1 percent. Lastly, the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka gathered 2.5 percent in the opinion poll.
In 2019, the same research institute conducted an opinion poll where it was revealed that Ruto was leading as a presidential candidate with 76 percent whereas Odinga only had 5.4 percent. Mudavadi had 1.2 percent by then.
“Considering some of these aspirants such as Raila and Mudavadi have just started, there might be much more that we can expect. This is a scenario that we can look forward to next yea." Haron Kiriba who is the Chief Executive Officer of Mizani Africa, said on Monday, 18th October 2021 while releasing the results.
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