As few days remains before the day scheduled for the general election approaches, many opinion polls has been conducted to show popularity of different leader in different regions.
Local media outlet House Kenyan.co.ke conducted a survey to estimate the amount of votes Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga may receive from Mount Kenya's wealthiest constituency if elections were held today.
According to a poll, 53% of participants compared Raila to Garner as being between a 0 and 20 percent thunderstorm coming from Mount Kenya.
According to 22% of respondents, Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement Party, would probably garner between 21 and 40% of the vote in the Mt. Kenya constituency.
Sixteen percent of respondents indicated that Raila would be Garner between 41 percent and 60 percent of the sample vote from the Mt Kenya constituency.
Only 10 percent thought Raila would benefit from more than 60 percent from Mt Kenya.
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