By Kenya Today
According to Ipsos Synovate Kenya, ODM still leads in popularity with 35% followed by TNA 27%. TNA has improved significantly while ODM has been consistent.
In case of a Run-off Uhuru vs Raila, Uhuru would beat Raila with 50% to 42%. 8 percent of the population was undecided.
In case of a Run off between Raila and Kalonzo, Raila would win 48% to 43%.
In case of a runoff off between Raila and Musalia, Musalia would win 47% to 44%.
Raila Odinga still leads in the Presidential popularity at 36%, followed by Uhuru Kenyatta at 30%, Musalia Mudavadi 7%, William Ruto 6%, Kalonzo Musyoka 5%, Martha Karua 3%, and Peter Kenneth 1%
The latest Ipsos Synovate Kenya poll confirms the long held view that the March 2013 elections will be a two horse race.
Immediately the poll was released,Â claims that the poll was doctored to suit ascertain presidential candidate emerged with a blog by nameÂ Nairobi Wire sharing a link claimingÂ that a stuff member at the polling firm had threatened to disclose that the firm’s top management were on a payroll of a powerful politician.
Whether the polls were doctored or not, the results confirm Odinga’s assertion that the March 2013 elections will be a two horse race. Major political realignments are expected in the weeks to come, the horses, donkeys, paper tigers and flower girls will revealed in due course.
Ipsos Synovate Kenya poll