Latest online opinion poll from Embu county in central Kenya region has alleges who commands the county's Gubernatorial rave between the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition candidate and that of the Kenya Kwanza coalition candidate.
The county's gubernatorial race has attracted three main candidates but the closest competition is between the United Democratic Alliance party candidate honourable Cecily Mbarire and her Jubilee party candidate honorable Lenny Kivuti.
In the latest poll result, the United Democratic Alliance party remians the most popularty party in the region as it's candidate is leading in the latest Gubernatorial race ahead of the August polls
This comes after honourable Cecily Mbarire garnered a total of 57.6% a head if her main competitor honorable Lenny Kivuti who is having 40.3% while Emilio Kathire only commands 0.6 percent. This poll results puts the USA party at a better chances of winning the coming August election in the county.
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