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Fresh Infotrack Opinion Poll Disagrees With Raila, Here's The Percentage Ruto Has Been Assigned

On attaining 100 days in office since being sworn in as the president of Kenya slightly over three months ago, president William Ruto received scathing criticism from Opposition leader Raila Odinga who termed his stint at State House as below average. He gave Dr Ruto a 4 out of 10 rating.

However, a fresh opinion poll conducted by Infotrack had debunked this assessment of president William Ruto's performance so far after sampling responses from all the 47 counties.

According to the poll results, kenyans gave president William Ruto a score of 52.1% which is more than the 40% that Raila Odinga had given the head of state. According to the feedback, kenyans feel that the president has done well in terms of infrastructure and in the business sector.

The president received high ratings from the Mt Kenya region and Eastern region while Nyanza and Nairobi regions gave him very low ratings.

The opinion poll was conducted using a sample of 840 respondents which represents adult Kenyans who are 18 years and above, with the sample distribution being proportionately allocated across the regions. Rift Valley had the highest sample size, while the North Eastern region had the lowest.

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