According to the reports given by the Intel Research Solution CEO Karen Mwangi, it has claimed that the economic crisis along with the lack of confidence in IEBC contributed to low voters turn out during the Presidential elections. Photo :Courtesy Speaking on Citizen, Mwangi has claimed that the former prime Minister of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, honorable Raila Odinga might lost due to the fact that the Opinion Polls conducted by different organizations are not 100% sure.
The Kenyan presidential election has been finally declared and former deputy president William Ruto of the United Democratic Alliance party has been declared president elect by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati. Ruto who has garnered 7.1million votes has defeated his closet competitor Raila Odinga of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto is seeking to succeed HE the 4th President Uhuru Kenyatta in the August 9th polls through a United Democratic Alliance party ticket. Polls conducted by Intel Research Solutions shows that Raila is losing his presidential bid for the fifth time to Dp Ruto.
research conducted by Intel Research Solutions(IRS) from Saturday July 23rd to Thursday July 28th across the 47 counties in Kenya shows that Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto has increased his margin from 50.5 per cent to 53.1 per cent whereas Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga has dropped the margin from 44.2 per cent to 42.7 per cent.
The lаtest роll by Infоtrаk shоws thаt Rаilа Оdingа оf Аzimiо Lа Umоjа Оne Kenyа соаlitiоn раrty is the mоst рорulаr рresidentiаl саndidаte with аn аррrоvаl rаting оf 49 рer сent. Rаilа is fоllоwed by Kenyа Kwаnzа’s Williаm Rutо whо hаs а 42 рer сent аррrоvаl rаting.
If elections were held today, there will be no Run-off as deputy president William Ruto will emerge victorious over his main rival Raila Odinga. This is according to a new poll by Mizani Africa whose results were released few moments ago. According to the pollster, the United democratic alliance and Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential candidate commands a popularity rating of 50.6% while former prime minister Raila Odinga trails him by over 5% of the votes.
Finally the much awaited month of elections has finally come, AUGUST with campaigns being at the injury time. With presidential candidates moving up and down to ensure they have more votes from every corner of the country, IRS has released a new opinion poll showing that Ruto is leading few days to August general elections.
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As the election season draws to a close, the competition to successor President Uhuru Kenyatta is at its highest level. DP William Ruto, a presidential candidate for the Kenya Kwanza party, has achieved the 50 percent plus one vote PassMark necessary for any presidential candidate to be proclaimed the victor, according to the most recent poll released today, August 1, 2022, by Intel Research Solutions (IRS).
In the most recent election poll carried out nationally by Intel Research Solutions(IRS), Deputy President William Ruto has widened the gap between himself and his rival, Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga. According to data released today, Ruto increased from 50.5 percent to 53.1 percent and then Raila decreased from 44.2 percent to 42.7 percent.
DP William Ruto is over the moon currently. This is after he defeated his opponent Raila Odinga in latest opinion polls carried out by Intel Research Solutions (IRS). According to the source, Ruto's winning percentage has increased from 50.5% to 53.1% while, that one of Raila reduced from 44.2% to 42.7%.
In the most recent election carried out nationally by Intel Research Solutions, Deputy President William Ruto has widened the gap between himself and his rival, Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the latest poll carried by (IRS). According to data released on Monday, August 1, D increased from 50.5 cents to 53.1 cents while Raila decreased from 44.2 cents to 42.7 cents.
An opinion poll has been conducted by Intel Research Solution Complany few days to the General elections to alledge who is likely to win the August Presidential elections if the General elections were to be held today in the country. According to the opinion Poll released by IRS, it has Alledged that Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga would have been showj dust in the first round by his competitor William Ruto who is vying under Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition.
Days after IRS released a poll showing the United Democratic Alliance party flagbearer Willliam Ruto will win by round one in the coming elections, Mizani has also released results of its research. On Tuesday, Mizani Africa Group has seemed to conquer with what IRS said. According to the poll, there will be no runoff between the two-leading presidential candidates since the DP would have the required percentage to be sworn in as the fifth president of Kenya.
There is approximately one week remaining for the anticipated August 9 polls to take place. The various presidential candidates have shown a lot of hard work in last minute preparations with an aim of succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta. Various companies have taken the role of conducting various polls in the country in order to predict who has a greater chance in winning the elections.
With only 7 days to the general elections, another opinion poll has shown the preferred presidential candidate as of today 1st August 2022 among the four presidential aspirants. According to the results released by the IRS opinion poll, there is a huge gap between the two topmost opponents, Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
DP William Ruto is leading in the just released IRS opinion poll. According to the data released on Monday, August 1, 2022 William Ruto is leading with 53.1 per cent while Raila Odinga is having 42.7 per cent. IRS has shown Dp Ruto and his running mate, Rigathi Gachagua have maintained their lead in the past four rankings as opposed to the Raila-Martha Karua ticket.
The four pollsters are Infortrack, Tifa, IRS and IPSOS. Two were released in mid July while two were released yesterday and today, this August. According to Infortrack, Raila is leading in popularity with 43% while Ruto has 37%. On the other hand, Tifa have similar results but different numbers.
As clocks ticks, August general elections dates draws nearer, politicians and aspirants vying for various positions in the country strives harder to achieve the best results through campaigns and political rallies organized by their presidential candidates and political party leaders amid 7 days remaining to August 9th general elections.
With only a few days remaining for Kenyans to elect a new government, preparations for the election is being conducted by the IEBC and the security sector so as to be ready for the August election. One hundred and fifty thousand police officers have been deployed across the country so as to put security before, during and after the elections.