Poll Indicates Ruto is a Favourite to Win 2022 Elections
By I.Nwriter | self meida writer
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Deputy President Dr William Ruto has taken an early lead in an online opinion poll conducted by Tuko news platform.
The news platform carried out an opinion poll consisting four different presidential aspirants. The leaders included in the poll as reported by Tuko news are the former UNCTAD boss Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Hon Raila Odinga, the Deputy President Dr William Ruto and the Cabinet Secretary for Interior Dr Fred Matiang'i.
The early poll results have revealed that the Deputy President has taken an early lead with 62.8% of the total 1,512 individuals who have participated in the online poll.
The former Prime Minister has come second with a percentage of 16.5% of the total people who have participated in the poll.
The former UNCTAD boss has come in third with a percentage of 11.4 and the Cabinet Secretary of Interior has scooped the fourth position with 9.4%.
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