Four other candidates share just 1 percent of the vote
2000 Respondents out of 19.6 million voters
margin of error 2.2 at 95 percent degree of confidence
conducted between 24th and 25th of June
Uhuru- Eastern (58%), Rift Valley (56%), Nairobi (41%), Coast (29%), Western (28%) and Nyanza (14%).
Raila- Nyanza backyard supports him at 83 percent, followed by Coast (61%), Western (53%), Nairobi (51%), Eastern (37%), Rift Valley (34%), North Eastern (20%) and least in Central (5%).
Some points to note:
Western Uhuru 28%- Raila-53% - Total 81%. So 19% goes to whom?
80% voter turn out is plausible.
eastern uhuru 58% raila 37? not accurate
what was the distribution of these respondents?
these final figures seem a wee bit out of touch for example Uhuru getting 28% in Western and Odinga 34% in the Rift
I usually wouldnt put a thread about polls because people dont believe them when their candidate is loosing, but this poll is very interesting. The only strongholds are Central (95% Uhuru) and maybe Nyanza (83% Raila).
turnout in strongholds is what will matter come election date
I tend to think the two candidates have their respective bases intact. there has been no radical shift in the various regions, emphasis should be on turnout. The frontier counties of Marsabit/Wajir/Mandera and Garisaa hold the key to swaying the margins
What happened to 10 million strong?
Nyanza at 83% is because of kisiis?
It must be. Looks like Kisiis are maybe 75-78% Raila. I dont have the whole data sheet.
I corrected that comment. But at 56%, the Rift is more of a battleground. It reduces his bargaining power.
Somehow. Mandera had 101,000+ votes cast; Uhuru got abt 95%. All elective seats in that county went to Jubilee (tna+urp) 100%. What has changed? We can only wait and see.
R.V vote at 56% is too low for uhuru,mind you that’s jubilee territory
Rethink your class 8 percentage math. wonder if you really passed math
I won’t be surprised if it will be higher. Gubernatorial contests will be the major factor in boosting turn out, NOT presidency, esp in non-strongholds of either side. The electorate now know what’s at stake at the county level unlike in 2013.
A runoff will be just a wastage of time and resources. Kenyans already know that it’s a two horse race. The runoff will have no effect whatsoever.
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