Kenyans have reacted online after Tuko.co.ke shared the results of a latest opinion poll that was conducted which indicated that William Ruto is ahead of Raila Odinga.The general elections is few days to as a result,several opinion polls are being conducted for the presidential candidates ahead of the general elections.
Photo of William Ruto (L) and Raila Odinga (R)
According to reports shared by Tuko.co.ke,Intel Research Solutions carried out an opinion poll and according to the results William Ruto is ahead of Raila with 49 percent.Raila Odinga followed with 42 percent of the total votes casted.The polls indicated that William Ruto is likely to win in the first round against Raila Odinga.These results caused several reactions online whereby one stated that round one win is sure bet and we do not need opinion polls to know that.
Several Kenyans reacted by stating that William Ruto will win the presidential elections.However,someone else reacted by stating that Intel Research Solutions is an institution that is insignificant and unbelievable.
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