ODM Party Most Popular In Nairobi with Raila leading at 41 percent; TIFA Poll

ODM party (Orange Democratic Movement) is the most popular party in Nairobi at 23 percent with Raila at 41 percent.

ODM party (Orange Democratic Movement) is the most popular party in Nairobi at 23 percent followed by United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party at 22 percent.

In terms of party popularity in Nairobi, the Azimio la Umoja Movement came in third with 8%, while Wiper Party and Jubilee matched with 2%.

According to the study, 35% of Nairobi residents claimed they do not support or identify with any of the political parties surveyed.

Raila of ODM party most preferred presidential candidate in Nairobi

According to Tifa polls, ODM leader Raila Odinga is the most popular presidential contender in Nairobi County.

Raila remains the most popular candidate in Nairobi City County, according to surveys released on Thursday, with 41% of the vote.

Deputy President William Ruto is in second place with 31% of the vote.

“Whilst Raila Odinga is the most popular presidential candidate in Nairobi, the gap between him and DP Ruto is small enough to suggest that the level of contestation in this county will be high,” Tifa said.

In the polls, Senator Johnson Sakaja is the most preferred candidate in the governorship race.

Sakaja leads the race at 23 percent, Tim Wanyonyi comes second at 14%, and Ann Kananu at 7 percent. However, 23 percent of Nairobi residents are still undecided. 

Esther Passaris remains the most popular Woman Representative candidate at 34 percent, her closest challenger, Millicent Omanga trails at 9 percent.

The poll further showed that the ODM party is most popular in Busia at 46 percent, DAP-K (10 percent), and UDA (7 percent).

Raila is the favourite presidential candidate in Busia at 76 percent and Ruto (12 percent).

The poll of 1,541 respondents was conducted by TIFA between February 3 and 9. The margin of error is plus or minus 2.49 percent.

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