According to the latest findings issued by Radio Africa Group, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Presidential Candidate would have trounced his nearest competitor, Deputy President William Ruto, if elections were held today. Raila Odinga appears to be expanding the distance between himself and William Ruto in the report.
Raila now has 44.6 per cent of voters believing that he is the strongest candidate to succeed retiring President Uhuru Kenyatta, while 38.9 per cent believe that Deputy President William Ruto has the best chance of leading the country.
The gap of 5.7 per cent between Raila and Ruto, according to the pollster, is significantly above the margin of error. As a result, if the elections were held today, Raila Odinga would have won in the first round with the requisite 50-plus one majority. According to the poll, 93.7 per cent of voters said they will vote on Election Day. It was discovered that 74.8 per cent of people are certain to vote, while 18.9 per cent are likely to vote.
In addition, 3.2 per cent said they may not vote, while 3.1 per cent said they will not vote at all.
8.7% of voters haven’t made up their minds on who they’ll vote for. The Azimio Candidate Raila Odinga is supported by 46.5 per cent of those unsure, while the DP William Ruto is supported by 40.6 per cent.
In the event that he loses in this year’s presidential election, UDA party leader and Kenya Kwanza Alliance patron Uhuru Kenyatta has disclosed his next big plan.
DP Ruto indicated explicitly in an exclusive interview with Joe Ageyo that if he does not win the election, he will focus on his grandchildren.
“If I don’t win in August, Joe, I’ll be satisfied because I now have grandchildren. You know, millions of Kenyans have not gotten to be deputy president. I’m grateful to God because I’ve come a long way from where I started; it’s really rewarding “DP Ruto stated.
He also stated that there are millions of individuals who have not been able to achieve the same level of success as him, therefore he will be content to support the person Kenyans have chosen through polls.