Uhuru leading in latest polls

IPSOS poll results show President Uhuru Kenyatta leading in presidential race

The new poll results differ from the earlier Infotrak poll results that were released on Tuesday August 1 which indicated that National Super Alliance (NASA) flag bearer Raila Odinga was in the lead with 49 percent while Jubilee Party’s President Uhuru Kenyatta came closely after at 48 percent.

The IPSOS pollster reveals that the undecided statistics stands at 5 percent, a 3 percent increase in comparison with the 2 percent undecided statistics of that the Infotrak polls had predicted earlier on.

One percent of the sampled voters will not be casting their votes on August 8.

According to the IPSOS results President Kenyatta would amass this number of votes from every region in the country:

Central – 88 percent

Rift Valley – 65 percent

Eastern – 50 percent

North Eastern – 40 percent

Nairobi – 34 percent

Coast – 26 percent

Nyanza – 13 percent

Raila Odinga would amass:

Nyanza – 80 percent

Coast – 61 percent

Nairobi -56 percent

North Eastern – 54 percent

Eastern – 40 percent

Rift Valley – 25 percent

Central – 5 percent

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