The statehouse race will be determined in the next two months when the country will be subjected to August general elections, however, political analysts and prominent leaders are in the forefront doing their research on who will likely win between Dp Ruto Ruto.
The latest to give, his opinion is Gatundu South member of Parliament who has revealed his detailed analysis of Ruto and Raila Odinga by considering the registered voters per county and how likely they will vote in August race.
According to Kuria's analysis, Dp Ruto will emerge the winner with 10,578553 votes equivalent to 61.36% as Raila will follow at a distance with 6,662441 votes equivalent to 38.64%. Kuria's analysis represents a turnout of 78.15%.
In his analysis, Ruto will win majority of votes in Central Kenya and Rift Valley counties while Raila will harvest more votes in Nyanza counties while he will struggle to get votes in Western and Coastal counties as Ruto as turned this regions as battlegrounds.
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