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A Recent Poll Reveals That Raila Will Be Defeated in the First Round by Ruto

According to the information that was made public on Monday, August 1, the percentage of voters supporting the DP rose from 50.5% to 53.1%, while the percentage of voters supporting Raila fell from 44.2% to 42.7.

In contrast to Raila and Martha Karua, Ruto and his running mate, Rigathi Gachagua, have maintained their position at the top of the standings during the past four weeks, as shown by the IRS.

Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for Azimio La Umoja, and William Ruto, the deputy presidential candidate for the UDA, campaigning in Uhuru Gardens and Makueni County, respectively.


The presidential candidate chosen by the Roots party, George Wajackoyah, ended in third place with 1.2 per cent of the vote and earned no more than one per cent of the vote.

As a consequence of this, his ranking was lower than that of the Libertarian party and the Green party. In this election, Waihiga Mwaure, the candidate for the Agano party, won 0.2 per cent of the vote.

Raila was able to keep his lead in the Coast area, where he received 51.7 per cent of the vote compared to Ruto’s 42.5 per cent of the vote there.

This allowed Raila to preserve his edge. To put it another way, Raila was victorious in the region. In Northern Kenya, the results of the vote came out as follows: the Democratic Party received 53.7 per cent of the vote, while Raila received 43.26 per cent of the vote.

The supremacy of the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate was on full display at the polling place in Mt. Kenya East, where he obtained a rating of 77.1 per cent.

On the other hand, the previous prime minister’s overall performance was only worth 19.2 per cent of the total possible grade.

Additionally, Ruto was victorious in the regions of Western Kenya, the Central Rift, Mt. Kenya West, and Mt. Kenya Diaspora, winning each of these areas with percentages of the vote of 73.6, 58.5, and 85.5 per cent, respectively.

On the other side, Raila was victorious in the election and was able to win South Eastern Kenya, the Maa Rift, Luo Nyanza South Nyanza, and the capital city of Nairobi with respective percentages of 51.9 per cent, 49.7 per cent, 86.8 per cent, and 53.1 per cent and 52.5 per cent of the vote.

As opposed to the organisation Azimio la Umoja, the Kenya Kwanza coalition has the support of fifty per cent of Kenya’s population, as shown by the data provided by Kenya’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS). This contrasts with the support that Azimio la Umoja receives from thirty per cent of Kenya’s population (48.1 per cent).

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Raila earned 39.6 per cent of the vote among Kenyans between the ages of 18 and 25, while DP Ruto received a higher level of support from Kenyans in this age bracket.

In addition, the vice president received support from members of both sexes (52.7 per cent v 43.4 per cent for females and 53.6 per cent v 42.7 per cent for the male counterpart).

The IRS carried out the survey beginning on Saturday, July 23, and continuing through Thursday, July 28, using a total sample size of 29,857 individuals from each of the 47 counties.

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