June 24, 2024
45% Of Kenyans Say Ruto's Gov't Taking Country In The Wrong Direction

45% Of Kenyans Say Ruto’s Gov’t Taking Country In The Wrong Direction

According to an Infotrak report released on Thursday, the majority of Kenyans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction as a result of the high cost of living.

According to the poll, 45 percent of Kenyans blame the track on rising living costs, a 44% increase over data released in September 2023.

Twenty-seven percent believe the country is on the wrong track because of the taxes imposed on citizens, while seven percent blame poor governance.

Six percent of Kenyans criticize the directionality of unemployment, while three percent blame poverty.

The survey was conducted between May 23 and 29 among 1,700 respondents aged over 18 years.

The margin of error is +/-2.53 percent at a 95% confidence level.

The poll was conducted using Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI) in all 47 counties and eight regions of Kenya.

The survey was conducted between May 23 and 29, with 1,700 respondents over the age of 18.

The margin of error is +/-2.53 percent at a 95% confidence level.

The poll was conducted using Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI) in all 47 counties and eight regions of Kenya.

Two percent of Kenyans blame the country’s misguided direction on bad politics, rampant corruption, and inadequate infrastructure.

Other factors mentioned include unequal distribution of resources and jobs, increased insecurity or crime, low-quality education, incorrect societal values, and unresolved land/squatter issues.

According to the data, only 1% of Kenyans listed the above.

Sixty-three percent of Kenyans believe their country is headed in the wrong direction.

The other regions are North Eastern (22%), Coast and Western (21%), Central (20%), Eastern (17%), and Nyanza (16%).

45% Of Kenyans Say Ruto’s Gov’t Taking Country In The Wrong Direction

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