Sakaja Ahead of Polycarp Igathe in New Opinion Poll

Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja would beat Polycarp Igathe in the event that the Nairobi gubernatorial elections were held today. This is as indicated by new poll conducted by Tifa Research.

The April 2022 survey had Sakaja dominate the race by 23% of the all out votes cast, trailed by Igathe with 15% of the votes.

As indicated by TIFA, be that as it may, the greater part of Nairobi citizens are as yet unsure on their favored gubernatorial candidates three months to the elections.

Richard Ngatia and current governor Anne Kananu might have exited the race but they would get three percent and one percent of the votes respectively.

Businesswomam Agnes Kagure would also gather one percent of the votes while others would share the leftover four percent of the votes.

With regards to alliance popularity, the Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya Alliance is the most well known in Nairobi at 42% followed by Kenya Kwanza at 22%. 36% of the respondents are as yet unsure about their favored political coalition.

ODM is the most well known party in the capital with 26% support followed by UDA with 22%.

Jubilee has a five percent support base in the city while Wiper has two percent. Different parties share one percent popularity while 44% are uncertain.

In the Presidential race, Raila Odinga leads with 41% of the votes followed by Kenya Kwanza’s William Ruto at 26%. Other candidates would share one percent of Nairobi votes if elections were held today, while 32 percent remain undecided.

In the Nairobi Senatorial race, Edwin Sifuna was found to have 19% support, although 73% are undecided.

Sifuna is trailed by Bishop Margaret Wanjiru at six percent and Maina Kamanda at one percent.

Esther Passaris is ahead in the race for Woman Representative followed by Millicent Omanga at 6.2 percent and Wangui Nganga at 1.1 percent. However, 63.3 percent of the voters are still undecided.

The TIFA poll was directed through phone and face to face interviews and involved 649 respondents aged 18 years and above.