The poll in Nairobi had a sample size of 500 people, and it was carried out on July 1 by the Radio Africa group utilizing the CATI (Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing) in 17 constituencies throughout the city of Nairobi.
The deviation from the true value is plus or minus 4.4 percentage points. There was a significant degree of interest in the elections that will take place on August 9 as 88 percent of respondents said they planned to vote.
Even as this happens, Sakaja continues to face uncertainty as Team University continues to investigate his degree and if he will be able to run for gubernatorial seat.
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