Kenyans Rate Ruto Administration, Majority Feel Country Headed in Wrong Direction

Ezra Manyibe | 1 month ago
President William Ruto addresses the media at State House Nairobi. |Courtesy| PCSU|

58 per cent of Kenyans feel the country is headed in the wrong direction. This is according to the latest survey report by Infotrak. 19 per cent feel the country is on the right path.

According to the Infotrak report which was released on Thursday, April 11, 2024, Kenyans rated President William Ruto's leadership at 52 per cent where as his deputy Rigathi Gachagua was awarded 48 per cent.

Further Kenyans rated the opposition at 62 per cent, Cabinet Secretaries 67 per cent, the National Assembly 53 per cent, and 69 per cent for the Senate. The Judiciary came in at 67 per cent.

Peace and tranquility, a working government and lower cost of living top the arguments of the 19 per cent who believe the country is headed in the right direction.

The pollster conducted the survey between March 8 and 10, 2024 via phone, whereby 64 per cent of Kenyans cited the high cost of as the biggest issue in the country. 38 per cent cited unemployment, 27 per cent said governance, whereas 22 per cent cited poverty.

Infotrak lead researcher Johvine Onyango Wanyingo revealed that 81 per cent of Kenyans support ODM Leader Raila Odinga's bid for the African Union Commission (AUC) chairmanship.

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