According to an Infotrak poll, Johnson Sakaja has the best chance of winning the race for governor of Nairobi if voting were to take place right now.
Sakaja, a member of the DP Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza alliance, is currently in the lead with a 6-point popularity advantage over Jubilee’s Polycarp Igathe, who is a close second at 33%.
Agnes Kagure, an independent candidate, received 0.4 percent of the vote in the survey of 1,024 Kenyans across the 17 constituencies in Nairobi, according to Infotrak, with 24% of those surveyed indicating they were undecided.
Edwin Sifuna of the ODM is the most popular candidate running to be the next senator from Nairobi, with 44% of those polled saying they would support him.
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of Kenya Kwanza is far behind in second place with only 12 percent. 39 percent of those questioned have not decided on a candidate, while 5% of those asked did not respond.
The poll also revealed that Millicent Omanga of the UDA is at 20%, while Esther Passaris of the Nairobi County Woman Representative enjoys a 46 percent favorability rating.
28 percent of those surveyed said they had not made up their minds about running for Woman Representative, and 5 percent said they would not submit a petition.
According to the same poll, the ODM party, which is led by Raila, is the most well-liked in the county with 51% of the vote. The UDA party, which is led by DP Ruto, is a distant second with 31%.
Jubilee Party support is at 8%, Wiper support is at 6%, and Roots Party and ANC support is at 1%.