Mizani Africa Limited has announced the findings of an opinion poll to determine who is most likely to win the 2022 presidential election, which is set to take place today.
The presidential election in 2022 is expected to be a two-horse fight between Deputy President William Ruto and the leader of opposition party Raila Odinga, the head of the Orange Democratic Movement Party. Mwangi Wa Iria and Kalonzo Musyoka, both newcomers to the race, are other contenders for the seat.
According to the poll, Deputy President William Ruto leads with 43.3 percent of the vote, followed by Raila Odinga with 42.4 percent.
This shows that there is just a 0.9 percent difference between the two candidates. With a Popularity of 4.0 percent, Kalonzo Musyoka ranks third on the list. According to the study, 6.1 percent of respondents were still undecided about who to vote for, while 1.9 percent preferred other candidates.
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