ODM leader Raila Odinga is the most preferred presidential candidate at 33% closely followed by Deputy President William Ruto at 32% of all respondents countrywide.
The poll conducted between December 17 and 22 among 1600 respondents indicates the DP who has dropped by 12 percent compared to a similar poll last year is leading the Upper Eastern, Rift Valley, and Central Kenya regions.
On the other hand, the poll is a 20 percent gain for Raila Odinga who scored 13 percent in 2020 with Infotrack CEO Angela Ambitho attributing the increase to his official declaration this month on December 10th at Kasarani in Nairobi that he will be running for President in next year’s election.
DP Ruto received the highest support in Central Kenya at 42 percent compared to Raila who scored 16 percent while in Nairobi they had 32 percent and 28 percent respectively.
33 percent of the respondents further listed United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as their preferred of their choice compared to ODM which was listed by 32 percent of the respondents.
On the other hand, 28 percent of those interviewed said they were not aware of the existence of OKA and that 52 percent of the respondents want OKA dissolved to support either Raila or Ruto, compared to 20 percent opposed to the move.
Of all those who want OKA dissolved, 55percent want Odinga supported by the OKA principals while another 45 percent want Ruto to be supported.