Political candidates running for office are busy traveling the nation as the August elections get near to popularize their campaigns.
In advance of the elections in August, Mizani Africa has been conducting a survey on the popularity of political candidates.
Additionally, the incumbent Jubilee candidate, Hon Granton Samboja, has been giving United Democratic Alliance (UDA) challenger Hon John Murutu a run for his money in the most recent opinion surveys for the Taita Taveta county gubernatorial campaign. According to polls, Hon Samboja has a 49.2% popularity rating, with Hon Mrutu coming in second place with 22.1 percent. Currently, there is a 27.1 percent difference between Governor Samboja and Hon. Mrutu.
Jubilee Party membership in the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition may have been due to Governor Samboja's enormous popularity as the Coast region has consistently supported the ODM party in national elections.
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