As the country heads into electioneering period Political leaders are busy traversing the country in a bid to woo more supporters to their basket and even popularize their agenda amongst Kenyans.
Deputy President William Ruto is the most popular candidate for the presidency in the country with a 43.3% per cent following closely with Azimio Flag holder Raila Odinga at 42.2%, according to the Star poll.
With the appointment of running matea, the race to succeed President uhuru Kenyatta whose term in office is almost coming to an end seems to have taken a different, making it tightly contested.
According to the study, support for the two top presidential candidates is equally diverse across the country, with the exception of Central Rift where Kenya Kwanza and Nyanza are dominated by Azimio.
It added that so Many of Kenyans admitted to be following or feeling close to more than one political coalition, especially in relation to local / non-presidential competitions.
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