Kesses Constituency Opinion Poll release

Latest opinion poll release shows a tight race for Kesses parliamentary race.
It has also been reflected that some aspirants may be losing numbers while others are gradually gaining. This is attributed to the fact that voters decision is based mostly on what they hear during this campaign period. The results shown reflect the general mood on the ground with a±3% margin of error. The tabulations were as follows:

Hon Peris Simam…………20%
Jonathan Birgen…………..17%
Hon David Koros………….17%
George Rop………………….16%
James Bett…………………….14%
Ben Rutto……………………….6%
Silas Kering……………………..3%
Tito Koiyet……………………….3%
John Bor………………………….1%
Gilbert Sato…..below 1%
Julius Limo……..below 1%
Philip Melly……not ranked.

It shows a drastic fall in James Bett ground support which has been said to have stemmed from a general feeling that he is a non resident. On the other hand Jonathan Birgen has gained ground a slight increase from the previous poll. Hon Peris Simam has also climbed in rating while Hon David Koros and George Rop seem to have maintained their following. It further shows a drop in Silas Kering’s percentage with Ben Rutto climbing. We could not rank Philip Melly,who rumour has it that he has joined the parliamentary race.

A whooping 90% in areas outside Tarakwa are still for the opinion that they won’t vote for a Tarakwa candidate. Racecourse,Kipchamo,Cheptiret, Oleinguse,Chagaiya/Timboroa and Chereber have not fielded any candidates.

Candidates with higher ratings in homegrounds are seen as having an advantage if the regional card comes to play.

In other polls Dr Julius Bittok still has a double digit lead. Most of those interviewed feel Vesca Kangogo should deputise Dr Bittok. In the event that Vesca becomes Dr Bittoks deputy it was predicted that they would be assured of a 77% win.
Julius Bittok………52%
Vesca Kangogo..28%
Enock Muigei……..8%
Kenneth Misoi……3%
9% were undecided.

On senatorship it is also a close battle with Isaac Melly taking the lead.
Isaac Melly…………39%
Cllr Paul Kiprop…31%
Hon Jess Maizs…..21%
Paul Birech……………2%
7% were undecided.

Wome Parliamentary representative is also neck to neck between Eusila Ngeny and Eunice Mibei who have 18% and 15% respectively. 67% are undecided based on the fact that majority do not understand the post and duties of woman parliamentary representative.

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2 thoughts on “Kesses Constituency Opinion Poll release

  1. Cheers”””! Our able pollster i totally agree with u that is the real litmus results always together with u in kesses updates

  2. In my opinion, the aspirants running for governor should not nominate their preferred running mates until after the primaries. From the results of the primaries, the leading aspirant should then nominate the second highest person of the opposite gender to be his or her running mate. For example, if the polls above were to represent the results during the nomination, Dr. Bittok is to nominate Vesca Kangogo as his running mate. That would actually increase their chances of being elected to lead the county.

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