Raila and Azimio are still reeling over Kalonzo's departure. Because they refused to name him as the running partner, Kalonzo left Azimio, and his parting gift is breeding Ruto's beautiful fruits. According to the most recent opinion survey released by Mizani Africa, Raila is losing more supporters while Ruto is soaring and gaining supporters.
The aftermath of Raila and Kalonzo affected the Lower Eastern rural counties, including Kitui. Ruto, on the other side, has taken over the rout, earning a vital 9.4% while Raila falls short by 39%. Raila's popularity has dropped from 76 percent to 37 percent in Kitui, while Ruto's has risen from 21.7 percent to 31.1 percent.
Raila has had a huge impact on Makueni Area, another Ukambani county. Raila's fury level has dropped by 34.8 percent. Ruto, on the other hand, receives an incredible 9.8% of the vote. Raila's popularity has dropped from 72.8 percent to 38%, while Ruto's has increased from 27.2 percent to 37.0 percent.
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