Kenyans rate President William Ruto's performance in the first 100 days of his inauguration as 52.1%, according to an Infotrak poll.
The survey, covering all 47 counties and 8 regions of the country, aimed to gather opinions on Ruto's performance in delivering on its promise of reducing cost of living and improving financial inclusion.
The survey also focuses on Ruto's promises to reform the judiciary and law enforcement agencies, including DCI, NPS and the judiciary, as well as his efforts to promote gender equality and practice show the two-thirds rule.
According to the survey, Ruto received high ratings in the East and Central regions, but scored poorly in the Nyanza and Nairobi regions.
Respondents aged 18-26 gave Ruto a score of 57.8%, while those aged 36-45 gave him a perfect score of 50.8, well below the overall average of 52%. Kenyans generally feel that Ruto has made good on its infrastructure promises, especially with regards to bringing port operations back to Mombasa and revitalizing business in coastal areas. and around.
However, it has received low marks on its economic promises, especially in reducing the cost of living and providing more affordable and accessible food to Kenyans.
The survey also found that Ruto received mixed reviews about his efforts to reform institutions and promote gender equality.
The survey was conducted with a sample of 840 respondents, representing adult Kenyans aged 18 years and over, with the sample distribution proportionally distributed across regions.
The Rift Valley region has the highest sample size, while the Northeast region has the lowest sample size.
Kenyans on social media blasted the survey company with some blaming it for misleading the Azimio Coalition during the August general elections. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Facebook;
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