It's clear the race to statehouse in the August polls is mainly between William Ruto, Raila and Musalia as well Kalonzo Musyoka. The latest opinion poll in Nairobi has however revealed surprising details where Odinga has emerged the top contender at 42 percent with Ruto following from behind at 31 percent with 18 percent undecided.
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This is clearly a huge blow to DP Ruto and his UDA team as they have been at the forefront mainly in Nairobi campaigning for their candidates as well for their votes. However the latest Poll has confirmed most Nairobians are actually backing Raila against DP Ruto.
The latest Poll from Mizani Africa has also confirmed DP Ruto's support in Nairobi County has dropped drastically as Raila pushes hard. It's clear according to the poll prediction, Raila stands a better chance of winning more support in Nairobi than William Ruto, already 18 percent of the Nairobi residents have not made up their mind on whom to vote for only few months into election.
However it's clear Kenyans will be waiting eagerly to know of why DP Ruto popularity in the country is decreasing as Raila's increases. It's interesting to know for it's a fact at times opinion polls can be subject of discussion as they can be manipulated to suit a certain agenda or narrative.
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