Poll put Lenku a head of Nkedianye, 2017 poll it was the other way round

By Our Reporter

Kajiado County gubernatorial candidates Joseph ole Lenku and former governor David Nkedianye are now head on in latest opinion polls.

The Infotrack polls put incumbent governor Joseph ole Lenku of Orange Democratic Party ahead by 29 percent, Nkedianye has 26 percent, UDA gubernatorial candidate Katoo ole Metito was ranked with 22 percent.

The polls were conducted in July 16, a total of 800 respondents were sampled from the Kajiado five constituencies, 16 percent are undecided while six percent refused to answer.

In other polls Metito was ranked leading but claimed the polls were fake. He said his votes are more than double of their votes. The Mizani polls in July 30th ranked him top with 37.8%, Lenku 34.0 percent and Nkedianye 27.5 percent with undecided 0.7.

Mizani later in August ranked Lenku top with 45.7 percent, Katoo 30.6 percent and Nkedienye 20.4% and   gubernatorial candidate Nganga Kago 2.0 percent, undecided 1.3 percent.

The Infotrack pollsters got it wrong in 2013 and 2017 in presidential and gubernatorial race , in the year July 21, 2017 David Nkedianye was ranked ahead of Joseph ole Lenku in Kajiado governor race, with 53percent and 41percent approval ratings.

Azimio la Umoja Raila Odinga was ranked top in Infotrack with 49 percent, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza had 41 percent.

Azimio la Umoja is the most popular party with 48 percent followed by Kenya Kwanza at 39 percent, 14 percent of Kenyans do not support any party.

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