A latest poll from the firm Global InfoAnalytics has revealed that a whopping 60% of followers of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) say the country is headed in the wrong direction.
The same poll found 81% of NDC supporters saying the same. The national poll saw an overall figure of 71% of Ghanaians disapproving of the path Ghana is headed on.
On the question of whether the NPP can “break the eight”, 24% of voters believe the party can “break-the-eight” whilst 59% said they can’t and 17% had no opinion.
The poll shows the president’s job approval rating has gone up from 26% in October to 32% in January 2023, whilst his disapproval declined sharply from 69% in October to 59% in January 2023.
The vice president enjoys 32% approval and 58% disapproval. In the case of Alan Kyerematen, 35% of voters approved of his performance as Trade and Industry minister whilst 45% disapprove of his performance.
The poll used a sample size of 5,844. The sample size was allocated to all the regions based on the total number of voters in each of the regions as per the Electoral Commission’s 2020 register.
In the race for NPP flagbearer, the two frontrunners, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and Alan Kyeremanten are in a dead heat.
The poll shows Dr Bawumia and Mr Kyerematen are level at 40% apiece among NPP voters.
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