According to a recent Radio Africa poll, Azimio presidential flagbearer Raila Odinga would defeat his nearest rival William Ruto in five of the former eight provinces if elections were conducted today.
The margin of error for Radio Africa’s SMS-based survey of 3,559 respondents across the country was 4.5 percent.
Raila has the largest lead in Nyanza, where he would receive 69.6% of the vote versus Ruto’s 17.7%.
Raila’s second-strongest bastion is Nairobi, where he would receive 53.4 percent of the vote versus Ruto’s 34.3 percent.
At the Coast, the difference between Raila and Ruto has shrunk to roughly 10%.
Lower Eastern Azimio has a 37.4 percent lead over Kenya Kwanza, which has 35.2 percent.
Azimio has 44.8 percent of the vote in Western Kenya, while Kenya Kwanza has 38.8 percent.
In North Eastern Azimio leads with 46.6% against Kenya kwanza 40.4%
Ruto, on the other hand, would win in only three regions, according to the poll, but would win the presidential election overall.
DP In the North Rift, on the other hand, Ruto has the largest lead, with 68.9% of the vote to Raila’s 22.6 percent.
Uasin Gishu (Ruto’s home county), Nandi, Baringo, Turkana, West Pokot, Samburu, and Elgeyo Marakwet are among the North Rift counties.
In the South Rift, the DP has 51.5 percent of the vote over Raila’s 35.1 percent.
Ruto is also ahead of Raila in Central Africa, with 52% of the vote to Raila’s 42%.