If elections were called today, Kenyans would resoundingly re-elect President Uhuru Kenyatta. This is according to an opinion poll by Ipsos Synovate (formerly Steadman Group) which now shows in every three adult voters in Kenya, two support President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The polls, allegedly funded by The Star NewspaperÂ shows that 52% of those who voted in 2013 will vote for President Uhuru Kenyatta.
CORD’s Raila Odinga will garner a paltry 29 per cent. Of the likely new voters, Uhuru will get 46% while Raila will get 28%.
The poll also indicates 10% of Raila’s supporters now support President Uhuru (sounds stupid though). A high of 85% of Uhuru’s 2013 supporters will still vote for him.
CORD co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula, UDF Leader Musalia Mudavadi and Peter Kenneth would each get one per cent of the presidential votes. Deputy President William Ruto will get 3% of the vote.