Amid the efforts by the top political camps to win as many electorates as possible to support their bids, statistics done by famous analysts have been showing us their progress with regard to popularity and strength ahead of the upcoming general elections.
Another opinion poll that was reportedly commissioned by Haki Africa has emerged on Sunday afternoon and clearly, things are not entirely looking good for the Second in Command, Dr William Ruto in the fierce State House chase.
As informed by The Star Kenya media group, an opinion poll conducted by Infrotrak has now suggested that among all the registered voters in Mombasa county, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) presidential flag bearer will get fifty two percent of them. The Kenya Kwanza de facto leader DP William Ruto has been ranked second with a twenty nine percent ratio of the registered voters in the same county.
With that, the Bottom Up Chief mobilizer has now got a reason to go back to drawing board to strategize and implement a new method that will cover up the huge margin being created between him and Raila Odinga ahead of August polls.
Source link: https://twitter.com/TheStarKenya/status/1505471407614054402?t=cP1gA6OkzLhMjYIwOsQcbg&s=19
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