Bawumia leads Alan Kyerematen in latest poll by Global InfoAnalytics

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The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, is currently leading the former Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, and MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong in the battle to lead the NPP in 2024, according to a recent survey by Global InfoAnalytics among party members.

Kennedy Agyapong is in third place with 12.5% of the vote, followed by Kyerematen with 27.9% and Dr. Bawumia with 34.8%.

 

Less than 1% of the votes were cast for the other contenders, while 8.9% did not declare their vote, and 15.10% were unsure.

Less than 1% of the votes were cast for the other contenders, while 8.9% did not declare their vote, and 15.10% were unsure.

 

In a run-off, Alan Kyerematen is ahead of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, according to the poll, 38% to 37% of the vote. In the event of a run-off, 16% of the delegates were unsure, and 9% did not want to say who they would support.

The poll reveals that 72% of delegates who voted for Kennedy Agyapong in the first round chose to vote for Mr. Kyerematen, compared to 12% who chose to vote for Dr. Bawumia, creating a potentially problematic scenario for the vice president.

Additionally, compared to 25% of other delegates who supported Dr. Bawumia in the first round, 55% of those who supported other presidential candidates in that round intend to support Mr. Kyerematen.

 

70% of the delegates believe the country is headed in the right way, 24% say it is headed in the wrong direction, and 6% are unsure of the direction the country should be going.

Regarding the president’s job performance, the poll reveals that 77% of delegates approve of his performance, compared to 17% who disagree, and 6% who did not have an opinion.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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