The recent research polls done by TiFA on November 19 2021,shows that the majority of kenyans prefer Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto as President Uhuru Kenyatta's successor.
According to the polls, Dp Ruto has a huge support with 38 percent while Orange Democratic movement (ODM) leader came second with a popularity of 23%.Also,23% of kenyans are yet to decide on to whom they prefer as their president.10percent are so not reveal who they prefer as of now.
"Support for the most popular potential candidates is concentrated in regional terms for both William Ruto and Raila Odinga than it is for any other.While Ruto scores above his national average(38%) in central Rift(57%) and Mt Kenya(53%),Raila scores about his national average (23%) in Coast(26%), Nairobi (27%), Northern (38%) and Nyanza (48%).For Mudavadi and Kalonzo,their quite modest support is concentrated in their regions (Western 10% and lower Eastern 9%, respectively),"the report read in part.
The poll also identified United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as the most popular political party in Kenya.
According to the polls,UDA has a popularity of 30% which is greater than that of ODM and Jubelee both combined at 21%.
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