According to the research, support for Deputy President William Ruto has declined from 80% to 77%, However, when the election date approaches on August 9th, we'll have to wait and see what occurs. Because a day in politics is so long, only time will tell how things turn out. support for Raila has remained stable at 19%.
This simply goes to show that when deputy President William Ruto switched from Tharaka Nithi senator Kithure Kindiki to Gachagua as his running mate, he only lost 3% of his vote in Tharaka Nithi County. Raila's popularity in Tharaka Nithi County has been consistent rather than growing.
This is merely indication that Ruto's popularity, particularly in Mt Kenya, is unaffected by his choice of running mate. William Samoei Ruto, the deputy president, has only lost a few percentage points, which he may regain if he works hard before the elections on August 9th.
However, when the election date approaches on August 9th, we'll have to wait and see what occurs. Because a day in politics is so long, only time will tell how things turn out.
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