#ElectionsKE Raila beats Uhuru again

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Latest Infotrak poll indicates Raila will trounce Uhuru....

President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga. play President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA leader Raila Odinga. (Courtesy)

NASA leader Raila Odinga will beat President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi County if polls were held today.

This is according to the latest Infotrak poll released on Friday.

According to the pollster, 56 per cent of Nairobians will vote for Raila while 40 per cent will vote for Kenyatta.

Read Also: Raila Leading in 12 Nairobi Constituencies

NASA is the most popular coalition with 54 per cent of city residents saying they identify with it.

Jubilee's popularity stands at 38 per cent in Nairobi County.

In the gubernatorial contest, Governor Evans Kidero is tied at 45 per cent with his main challenger Senator Mike Sonko.

play Nairobi county governor Evans Kidero with Senator Mike Sonko (The Star)

 

Former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth and Independent Miguna Miguna trail at 3.3 and 2 per cent respectively.

In the Women representative race, Esther Passaris leads with 61 per cent followed by incumbent Rachel Shebesh at 28 per cent.

play Women Representative Rachel Shebesh with Esther Passaris. (Courtesy)

 

This is the second poll in a week that has put Raila ahead over Kenyatta.

Last week a poll released by TIFA showed that Raila will be elected with 55% Nairobians while Kenyatta will only be elected by 39% of the population.

According to the research NASA has the support of 12 constituencies in Nairobi ahead of Jubilee’s four stongholds.

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