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New Poll Shows Who Between Ruto And Raila Is Leading Nationwide

The most recent poll, which was issued on July 5, found that Deputy President William Ruto was more popular than his close rival Raila, with a 49.9 percent approval rating.Odinga scored 42.5 percent in the Intel Research Solutions report, with 3.7 of those surveyed being uncertain.


Both David Mwaure of the Agano Party and George Wajackoyah of the Roots Party had ratings of 2.8 percent and 1.1 percent, respectively.


Only a few days have passed since a number of Kenyan surveys claimed that Raila Odinga was ahead of his competitor, deputy president William Ruto.

Nevertheless, this poll indicates that Kenyans would need to cast new ballots since Ruto would fall short of the 50% plus one threshold.


However, all sides of the political spectrum have been accusing these pollsters of being biased, with some even being paid to put certain candidates at the top.


Ruto claimed that he received close to 60% of the vote for intelligence.


Raila, on the other hand, asserts that he has defeated William Ruto, the deputy president.

Leaders have been canvassing all 42 counties looking for votes as the fight for the August 2022 general elections heats up.


However, Dp Ruto and Raila Odinga are in a two-horse contest for the presidency.

Odinga has a tiny advantage because President Uhuru Kenyatta has promised to assist him in the elections on August 9.


President Uhuru Kenyatta currently serves as the Azimio Oka alliance's chairperson.


After the president publicly endorsed Raila Odinga for the aforementioned post, several things led to his being named a state project.


On the other hand, Ruto is working round-the-clock to win over additional voters with the help of his Kenya Kwanza allies, including Musalia, Wetangula, Kingi, and Kuria.

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