According to the latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa group, the deputy president William Ruto popularity in the Mt Kenya region is decreasing immensely as Raila gains. As per now Ruto support in the region is at 58 percent as Raila increases to 27 percent.
The poll puts Ruto in trouble given the fact that he is only depending on Mt Kenya region and Rift Valley to ascend to the top seat as opposed to Odinga who has support of across all corners of Kenya. This just confirms as we move into the 2022 general election, Ruto chances of winning have reduced immensely.
According to the poll, Raila Odinga inroads into the Mt Kenya region has increased exponentially in Mt Kenya region more than any other time before. This is a clear indication that moving forward many things will change in Mt Kenya.
The poll makes its clear that as things stand, Ruto can only lose popularity while Odinga can only gain into the Mt Kenya region. This is just the clearest indication that moving into the 2022 general election, chances of Raila forming government have increased as Ruto is losing badly this battle.
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