Jan 11, 19
YEN.com.gh polls reveal Akufo-Addo winning massively in election 2020 by 65 percent Read more
If an election poll gathered by YEN.com.gh is anything to go by, then it means that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the NPP, would be retained in power by Ghanaians come 2020. In a fresh polls conducted by YEN.com.gh, the president won hands down by 65% of the nearly 8, 000 total votes cast while his close contender, NDC’s John Mahama won only 35%. The total votes cast was 7,700 in which Akufo-Addo pulled 5000, with Mahama getting 2,700.
That was not all as the voters also gave some strong reasons why they believed Nana should be retained and Mahama not given any more chance. For instance, Eric, said he sees more hope in the president than in the former president Mahama: Roger said Mahama failed to win his vote because he saw traces of immaturity and inexperience in him, adding that he had been surrounded by inexperienced people:
Ernesto said inasmuch as there is economic hardship, Ghanaians would not risk going back to dumsor by voting back Mahama: Cobby said he would vote for Nana because he is sound in mind:
obviously a staunch Akufo-Addo supporter, said he would vote for him even if “Ghana is burning”: Another user, Alkaline, also said he would vote for Nana because he was afraid of dumsor: There are more reasons given which means that if things remain like they are now in 2020, Akufo-Addo is sure to win the presidential elections.
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