Global Info Analytics survey reveals that 54% of voters favor Alan to lead NPP in the 2024 polls.

According to a recent poll conducted by Global Info Analytics, 54% of Ghanaian voters prefer Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) into the 2024 polls. The survey revealed that Alan is particularly popular among floating voters. Among all Ghanaian voters, 54% expressed their preference for Alan, while 46% favored Dr. Bawumia. The Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, Mussa Dankwa, mentioned that Alan enjoys more popularity across the country as a whole than within the NPP fraternity. The poll also indicated that among NPP voters, 45% favored Alan, while 55% supported Dr. Bawumia.

According to Mussa Dankwa, the Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, if there were to be a run-off in the NPP primaries, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is placed third in the poll. He emphasized that a majority of Kennedy Agyapong’s supporters would likely vote for Alan Kyerematen in such a scenario. He further predicted that Dr. Bawumia might lose the primaries if there were to be a run-off. Dankwa stated that 21% of Kennedy Agyapong’s supporters would switch their votes to Bawumia in a run-off, while 57% would vote for Alan Kyerematen. He also noted that 22% of Kennedy Agyapong’s supporters expressed the sentiment “no Ken, no vote,” which is higher than the proportion willing to vote for Dr. Bawumia. Dankwa suggested that efforts need to be made within Kennedy Agyapong’s team to convince them otherwise. He anticipated that Bawumia may not succeed if there is a run-off, and if Bawumia doesn’t win outright in the first round, he would likely be eliminated in the second round.

Asare Solomon Aristocrat
Asare Solomon Aristocrat

I’m Solomon, the CEO of Voix Of Ghana Media ( VOG MEDIA, and Aristocrat Charity Foundation ( ACF). Aside blogging, I am also a Forester, Philanthropist, a Publicist, and a Promoter.

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