Bawumia runs over Alan in NPP presidential race

New survey conducted by the Global InfoAnalytics for the month on July 2023 has indicated that Ghana’s Vice President is ahead of former Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyerematen in the NPP flag bear race.

Dr. Bawumia is leading the fresh polls with 36% of voters, while AKK lags behind with 33%. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong (KOA) trails at 25%.

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In April 2023, Mr Kyerematen held a narrow lead over Dr Bawumia, with 30% of voters favoring him compared to 29% supporting the vice president. Among NPP voters, however, Dr Bawumia maintains a strong lead with approximately 50% of the vote, followed by Mr Kyerematen at 33% and Ken Agyepong at 16%. In a potential runoff scenario, the poll shows that Dr Bawumia would secure 55% of the NPP voters’ support, while Mr Kyerematen would garner 45%.

However, among all voters, Mr Kyerematen holds the edge over Dr Bawumia with 54% to 46%. The poll also indicates that in the event of a runoff among NPP voters, 21% of KOA supporters would back Dr Bawumia, while 57% would support Mr Kyerematen, and 23% would abstain from voting.

Turning to the race for the Jubilee House, the poll reveals that both Dr Bawumia and Mr Kyerematen have lost ground to John Dramani Mahama since April 2023.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer now leads Dr Bawumia by 55% to 37%, with 8% of voters indicating their intention to vote for another candidate. In April, JDM held a 55% to 38% lead over Dr Bawumia.

Similarly, the former President currently holds a 54% to 39% advantage over Mr Kyerematen, with 7% stating their preference for another candidate.

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