The ODM the One Kenya Coalition's presidential candidate Raila Amollo Odinga's heartland has been shocked by the UDA Alliance's stunning victory recent surveys of public opinion conducted by Intel Research Solutions.
Additionally, in every survey conducted by the Research Company, Ruto has maintained a lead. William Samoei Ruto received 52 percent of the vote on June 19, 2022, while Raila Amollo Odinga came in second with 42 percent.
The results of the polls conducted today, however, were unexpected because Dp Ruto's approval rating fell to 49%, Raila's remained steady, and Professor George Wajackoyah came in third. The polls' finding that Dp. William Ruto has edged out Hon. Raila in some of his traditional strongholds, however, is what causes the most concern.
Recent surveys show that Dp Ruto is currently leading Raila by 48 percent in the Western Regions. Now a part of Ruto, Northern Kenya has been Raila's favorite region. In South Nyanza, Dp William Samoei Ruto has a solid percentage with 44% to Raila's 49%.
We'll just have to wait and watch if Ruto keeps it up till the election season. However, please feel free to follow me, like, and share this material.
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