It is good news to Deputy President Dr William Ruto, after a latest online opinion poll by Political analyst Professor Mutahi Ngunyi shows that his support in the ground across the country is still strong, despite the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga growing support after showing intentions to run for the top seat again in next year's polls.
According to the online opinion poll which has been conducted by Professor Mutahi Ngunyi, Ruto is still strong with the ground support according to the 7,444 Kenyans who have so far voted, 53.4 percent believes that the second in command is still having a strong support on the ground. While only 21.7 percent believes that Ruto is losing the ground he had before ahead of next year's polls and 3.5 percent are not sure whether he is still strong or losing his ground. However, 21.5 percent believes that the ODM chief Raila Odinga is gaining more ground support compared to DP Ruto.
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