President William Ruto was harshly criticized by Raila Odinga, leader of the opposition, when he reached 100 days in office after being sworn in as the president of Kenya a little over three months ago.
Odinga said that Ruto's time at the State House was below average. He gave Dr. Ruto a rating of four out of ten.
However, after sampling responses from all 47 counties, a new opinion poll conducted by Infotrack had disproved this assessment of president William Ruto's performance thus far.
Kenyans gave president William Ruto a score of 52.1 percent, which is higher than Raila Odinga's 40 percent rating for the head of state.
Kenyans believe that the president has done well in the business and infrastructure sectors, according to the feedback.
The Mt. Kenya and Eastern regions gave the president high marks, while the Nyanza and Nairobi regions gave him very low marks.
The sample for the opinion poll consisted of 840 adults in Kenya who were at least 18 years old. The distribution of the sample was proportionally distributed across the regions.
The North Eastern region had the smallest sample size, while the Rift Valley had the largest.
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