Mizan Africa, a modern Pan-African research firm that seeks to revolutionize research industry through use of ultra-modern technology recently conducted a survey in Murang'a. In the survey conducted to understand voter preference in Murang'a, the research firm conducted an opinion survey between 2nd August and 23rd August 2021 across all the seven constituencies. The constituencies include Kiharu, Mathioya, Kangema, Maragua, Kigumo, Kandara and Gatanga.
Results from the survey reveal that former Kigumo Member of Parliament Hon Jamleck Kamau who announced that he will vie for Murang'a governor's seat next year will emerge as the winner with 50.5%. He vied for the position in 2017 but lost to Governor Mwangi wa Iria.
After losing in the election, Kamau left the political scene and focused on his businesses. The current Murang'a Senator Hon Irungu Kang’ata came second with 18.9% support.
The data was collected through questionnaires. The sample size was 1200 with 95% confidence level.
Other individuals mentioned in the opinion survey were Sabina Wanjiru Chege (7.3%) , Irungu Nyakera (5.1%) , Irungu Wairagu (5.4%) , Moses Mwangi (6.5%), Stanley Kamau (1.8%) and Henry Gate (0.1%).
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