The August elections are fast approaching as leaders continue to measure their strength and performance in terms of opinion polls. The answers to these polls can give an early insight into who may carry the day in August. Currently, only two horses (Azimio and Kenya Kwanza) appear to lead the race to the presidential palace.
MP Junet Mohammed has shared results of alleged party strength across the country. The results have been presented in form of an infographic detailing the percentage per every province. According to the result, Azimio seems to lead in most of the 8 provinces followed by the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
However, in Central Kenya, the case is not the same. UDA has 51% while Azimio has 49%. This is 1% mark less for them to share 50-50 votes. According to this data, both sides may divide the central region by half. What are your thoughts about this? Will the case be so?
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