53 percent of Kenyans said they were not aware what President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda entails, Infotrack poll revealed.
However, Infotrak CEO Angela Ambitho said that 47 percent of those who took part in the poll said they knew what the Big Four Agenda was.
Central Kenya led in the number of people who were aware of what the big four agenda entails at 61 percent while Nairobi came in second at 59 percent and Nyanza third at 54 percent.
Lack of awareness
Lack of awareness was the highest at the Coast 65 percent.
The new poll which was released on Thursday also showed that 51 percent of Kenyans believed the country was headed in the wrong path.
Those who said the country was going in the right direction stood at 36 percent while 13 percent of participants had no clue.
72 percent of them attributed the right direction to the president while 11 percent said he was not the one behind it.
Most Kenyans blamed high poverty levels, an increase in the cost of living, corruption and the unemployment crisis as contributing factors to the state of the nation.
61 percent of participants who took part in the poll blame President Uhuru Kenyatta for taking the country in the wrong direction while 15 percent did not blame him.