Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto heading the Jubilee Alliance presidential ticket has moved ahead of Cord alliance rivals Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka, according to the latest opinion poll by Ipsos Synovate.
The survey, released today by Ipsos Synovate, shows Uhuru/Ruto’s ratings going up to 44.8 per cent, above that of Raila/Kalonzo’s on 44.4 per cent.
Ipsos Synovate polled 5,971 people who claimed to be registered voters between February 15 and 19.
Earlier this week an Ipsos Synovate poll, which questioned 2,500 respondents on February 13 through to February 15, showed Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga tied at 43 per cent.
In the latest poll Amani coalition’s Musalia Mudavadi is at 5.2 per cent, Eagle Coalition’s Peter Kenneth at 1.6 per cent and Narc-Kenya’s Martha Karua at 0.8 per cent. The other presidential candidates, ARK’s Abduba Dida, Safina’s Paul Muite and RBK’s James ole Kiyiapi, do not make a significant showing in the poll.