The Radio Africa organization has released amended presidential poll results after completing a national poll.
According to Radio Africa, Ruto is the most likely presidential candidate to win. According to the most recent opinion poll, Ruto has a slight lead of 43.3 percent over Raila's 42.4 percent when asked who they choose as their presidential candidate.
By one percent, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka outperformed Mwangi Wa Iria. This occurs as Kalonzo reorganizes himself in order to assist Raila.
Tifa's polls, which ranked Raila as the favorite candidate and Ruto second, differ slightly.
The presidential candidates' political strategies will be shaped by the polls ahead of the August election.
With less than two months until the election, the race between Raila and Ruto is seen as a two-horse race.
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