Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance is the most preferred coalition in Nairobi County, a new poll by research firm Trends and Insights Africa (TIFA) has shown.
The new poll comes exactly six days to the much anticipated August 9 General Elections.
Most preferred political coalition in Nairobi
The coalition led by ODM leader Raila Odinga is the most preferred coalition with 50 per cent up from 46 and 42 per cent in May and June respectively.
Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza Alliance emerged second with 28 per cent a 4 per cent increase from 24 per cent in June.
Elsewhere, the number of undecided people dropped drastically from 36 and 30 per cent in May and June respectively to 22 per cent.
Most preferred political coalition in Kajiado
On the other hand, in Kajiado County, Azimio la Umoja also emerged as the most preferred political coalition in Kajiado County.
The Raila-led coalition emerged first with 47 per cent while DP Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza came second with 33 per cent.
The number of undecided people in the county stood at 20 percent.
Most popular coalition in Kenya
Azimio la Umoja is still the most popular coalition in the country.
According to a TIFA poll released on Friday, July 29, Azimio’s popularity in the country is at 47 per cent.
Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza Alliance popularity stood at 42 per cent up from 35 per cent in June.
“Looking at the distribution of support for these coalitions across the country, it is evident that Azimio’s highest support is found in Raila Odinga’s home area of Nyanza, even as it receives considerable support in Coast, Lower Eastern and Nairobi.
“Similarly, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance is most popular in its leader’s backyard of Central Rift and in Mount Kenya,” TIFA said.