A latest opinion poll was conducted by Intel Research Solutions on the presidential candidates.According to the opinion poll results shared, William Ruto has overtaken Raila Odinga in several regions ahead of the August general elections.
William Ruto has overtaken Raila Odinga in regions that were initially perceived as Raila Odinga's stronghold.The regions include North Eastern Regions and Western Kenya Regions.
According to the results,in North Eastern Regions, William Ruto had 47.4 percent against Raila Odinga who got 45.5 percent of the total votes casted.In Western Kenya, William Ruto was ahead of the former prime minister whereby he had 48.3 percent while Raila Odinga had 43.3 percent.William Ruto's rise in the region could have been as a result of being supported by Honourable Moses Wetangula and honourable Musalia Mudavadi.William Ruto lead against Raila Odinga in Rift Valley and most parts of Mount Kenya regions.
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