Presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure concedes defeat; endorses William Ruto as vote tallying underway at Bomas of Kenya. This comes hours after top leading stations like the star media said Dp Ruto was on the verge of winning. Confusion is beginning to ensue from the IEBC's protracted delay in announcing the final confirmed results of the presidential election on August 9.
TIFA research Analyst, Mr. Tom Wolf today explained why some Presidential aspirants and Governors got more votes that the Members of County County Assemblies and Senators. While speaking of NTV Kenya today, Tom Wolf said that their last opinion poll before August 9th revealed that the Presidential seat or race was the most preferred one.
While the Bomas of Kenya are counting the votes, presidential contender Waihiga Mwaure concedes loss and supports William Ruto. This comes after leading media outlets like the Star Media claimed that Dp. Ruto was close to winning. The long delay by the IEBC in declaring the final verified results of the presidential election on August 9 has caused confusion.
Raila Odinga surpassed Deputy President William Ruto in popularity polls three days before the election, forming a two-horse battle. The latest poll, Trends, and Insights for Africa (TIFA), found Ruto trailing Raila with 42%. Not always. End-of-year polls by TIFA and Infotrak favored Ruto.
Kenya Kwanza and Azimio One Kenya allies are in a competitive vote hunting mission to bolster their chances of winning on the upcoming election. Deputy president William Ruto began his rallies in Laikipia where he made stopovers in Nanyuki and Nyahururu. He then moved to Nakuru county campaigning for his bid.
Former KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion has allegedly revealed how President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is going to affect Raila's Political Support base in the larger Mount Kenya Region. Speaking to Citizen TV on Thursday Morning. Sossion who is associated to DP Ruto's Political camp. He said that President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta's trust in the Mountain is astray.
ODM leader Raila Odinga, according to researcher Tom Wolf, currently trails William Ruto when it comes to change voting. Due to the narrow margin separating the two candidates in recent opinion polls, a tie vote could eventually decide who succeeds Uhuru Kenyatta as president. In Wolf's opinion, Ruto has a more substantial chance of winning the election because he is now perceived as the opposition leader.
Latest opinion poll alleges who commands Yasin Gishu county in Rift Valley just give days to the next general elections in the country a race that has attracted mainly four candidates with stiff competition seen between United Dmeocratic Alliance Party candidate Johnathan Bii aka Korti Moja and Independent candidate Buseki.
There would be no second round of voting if today's elections were held, according to a new poll. Azimio la Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga would prevail in the first round of voting if only 8% of registered but undecided voters did not cast their votes, according to a Trends and Insights for Africa study published on August 3, 2022.
As he makes his final prediction, Prof. Herman Manyora assures Ruto of what The former premier, according to Manyora, executed a clever and successful campaign that swiftly captured Kenyans' interest. It would be extremely difficult for Deputy President William Ruto to close the popularity gap Raila has widened in recent surveys, according to the University of Nairobi academic.
Earlier this week, Majority of research companies released their opinion polls results showing who is likely to win the top seat between Raila Odinga and William Ruto. The research companies includes IPSOS, Mizani, TIFA and Radio Africa. The opinion polls has been inconsistent since it depends on various factors which includes; geographical areas, Gender, ethnic groups among other things.
Only four days remain until Kenyans can vote in the general election. In the August 9 polls, Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto of the UDA are the two main challengers vying to unseat President Uhuru Kenyatta. There are delayed opinion survey findings, compiled by Nation, that show who among the two will emerge the victor in the game between the two, which is essentially neck in neck.If elections were held today, Raila Odinga of Azimio would win with 49 percent of the vote, followed by Dr. William Ruto, the administrator of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, according to the long overdue opinion polls released by Tifa Research.
Deputy President William Ruto and Hon. Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition has stepped up their national campaigns to garner support for their respective causes with only four days until the general elections on August 9th. If one of the two leaders, Raila or DP Ruto, plays their cards very well, there is a larger probability that they will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, according to several union polls performed by organizations like Mizani Africa, Infotrak, TIFA, and other political research institutions.
Two-horse race: Raila Odinga and William Ruto were neck-and-neck three days before the election in popularity ratings. Recent polls show Ruto trailing Raila by 42 percent, according to Trends and Insights for Africa (TIFA). It's not always the case. By the end of the year, TIFA and Infotrak favored Ruto in their surveys.
According to a report published by the Nation Daily Newspaper yesterday, it showed how the two presidential aspirants were fairing in each of the 47 counties, Azimio Coalition led by Raila Odinga were favored in many counties, more than Their Kenya Kwanza counterparts, This comes after recent opinions polls done by Ipsos, Tifa, and Nation Media Group showed that overall Odinga is leading by at least 2% in the presidential race against their closest rivals, Kenya Kwanza Coalition which is led by DP Dr. William Samoei Ruto.
With only four days until the general elections on August 9th, both Hon. Raila Omolo Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition and Deputy President William Ruto have intensified their national campaigns to win support for their respective causes. According to a number of union surveys conducted by organizations like Mizani Africa, Infotrak, TIFA, and other political research institutions, if one of the two leaders, Raila or DP Samoei Ruto, plays their cards very well, there is a greater likelihood that they will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Final opinion poll by Infotrak has shown that Azimio’s Raila Odinga would lead in at least 24 counties if elections were to be held today. The poll has further predicted that if the turnout by the voters stood at 99%, Raila Odinga would get 10.8 million votes in the 24 Counties.
Today marks the end of a high octane campaign period in Kenya before we head to the general election coming Tuesday. Those vying for any sits have today alone to try and persuade the electorate to support then. Four opinion polls finally came out comparing the two front running aspirants namely Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
All presidential campaigns came to an end yesterday after a rigorous tour to all parts of the country by the politicians. Among those in the ballot for presidential race is Raila Odinga, William Ruto, George Wajackoya and David Mwaure. Raila has shown indication that he will win the general elections despite the stiff competition he is facing from William Ruto.
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