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Candidates Gear Up For Presidential Debate
Ipsos Synovate’s political research analyst Tom Wolf released a poll last week showed that neither PM Raila Odinga nor his deputy Uhuru Kenyatta would win the presidency in first round if elections were held then.
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Opinion: Do politicians like crying wolf or are polls tweaked?
www.ntv.co.ke At least 65 percent of Kenyans expect the economy to improve in 2013 and more than half also expect the political climate to improve. According to a new Synovate opinon poll, Kenyan men are a lot more optimistic than Kenyan men. Overall, Kenyans appear a lot more upbeat than they have been in recent years, perhaps due to the promise of a new dawn with the general election in March. However, only 2 percent of Kenyans expect to get a first child, or another on in 2013.
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Kenyan men more optimistic than women
Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi has been touted as the most likely alternative candidate and a poll released yesterday by pollster Synovate showed that Mudavadi has made significant strides and should he be pitted against Prime Minister Raila Odinga then he would be the preferred candidate for the Kenyan electorate. So what is Mudavadi’s strategy? Willis Raburu sought to find out.
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What is Mudavadi’s Secret Weapon?
www.ntv.co.ke A new opinion poll out today suggests Prime Minister Raila Odinga and his Deputy Uhuru Kenyatta would tie in a presidential run off at 44 percent. The poll by Ipsos Synovate also found that Raila would narrowly beat his other deputy Musalia Mudavadi in a run-off. And despite Mudavadi’s imminent exit from ODM, he and Raila are still the most preferred pair, with Mudavadi as the running mate. According to the poll, Raila Odinga remains the most popular presidential candidate at 34 percent.
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Poll:Raila,Mudavadi ticket most preferred
Wakenya watalazimika kutumia fedha zaidi katika msimu huu wa sherehe za pasaka ikilinganishwa na mwaka uliopita, haya ni kwa mujibu wa utafiti wa shirika la synovate uliotolewa hii leo kuhusu sherehe za pasaka. Vile vile utafiti huo umeashiria kuwa asilimia 17 ya wakenya hawatosafiri hadi maeneo mbalimbali kwa sherehe hizi.
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