The National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential flag bearer, Raila Odinga, would win the presidential poll against Uhuru Kenyatta if elections were held today.This is according to an Infotrak poll released on Tuesday, August 1.
The second runners up would go to Tunza Coalition presidential candidate Abduba Dida with a 0.3% of the total votes cast, while Third Way Alliance presidential candidate Ekuru Aukot would gunner 0.1% of the total votes.
Below is the breakdown of the poll according to regions;
Raila Odinga – 56% Uhuru Kenyatta – 40%
Raila Odinga – 63% Uhuru Kenyatta – 32%
Raila Odinga – 51% Uhuru Kenyatta – 47%
Raila Odinga – 79% Uhuru Kenyatta – 19%
Raila Odinga – 5% Uhuru Kenyatta – 92%
Raila Odinga – 86% Uhuru Kenyatta – 14%
Raila Odinga – 48% Uhuru Kenyatta – 46%
Raila Odinga – 65% Uhuru Kenyatta – 32%
Raila Odinga – 49%
Uhuru Kenyatta – 48%
Abduba Dida – 0.3%
Ekuru Aukot – 0.1%
Undecided – 2%
Total Number of Voters Sampled = 5,000 voters.
While releasing the new poll figures to the media at the Infotrak offices in Lavington, Nairobi, Infotrak CEO, Angela Ambitho, insisted that the pollster used the IEBC’s register to guide their sampling.
“We only spoke to registered voters and those who clearly stated that they intend to vote,” said Angela Ambitho as reported by Citizen TV.
Ms Ambitho has ruled out any possibility of a run-off even though the poll clearly showed neither Raila nor Uhuru would surpass the 50 per cent plus 1 vote required to win the Presidency in the first round.
In a previous Infotrak poll released about a week ago,Raila was still leading with a 47% approval rating, compared to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s 46%. Undecided voters were around 6%.
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