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Akufo-Addo To Emerge Victorious

If Presidential Elections Were Held Tomorrow


Ghanaians have expressed satisfaction with the Nana Akuffo-Ado led-Government as the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has highly been tipped to win if elections were held in Ghana tomorrow.

According to the latest Afro Barometer Round 7 Survey Report, a vast majority of the voting population have resolved to retain the NPP in government.

Fifty urban and 48 rural dwellers opted to vote for the NPP while 17 and 27 of the respondents respectively chose to vote for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) if elections were held tomorrow representing 49 and 22 percent respectively.

One person each expressed his interest to vote for Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s Red Cockerel’s Convention People’s Party (CPP) and its splinter party, the Progressive Peoples Party (PPP).

Bernard Mornah’s People’s National Convention (PNC), Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings’ National Democratic Party (NDP) and Hassan Ayariga’s All Peoples Party (APC) are set to wait a while longer on the political reserve bench as no person expressed the interest to vote for the three political parties.

Beyond the question of which political party was likely to win presidential elections conducted in the next twenty-four hours, Ghanaians generally describe their present living conditions as fairly good.

27 described their condition of living as very bad, 26 described it as fairly bad, and 30 said it was fairly good.

In the next 12 months, 3% of the respondents expect economic conditions in the country to be much worse, 6%; worse, same 7%, better 44% and much better 25%.

Over the past one year, 75% of the respondents said there had not been a time they have gone without food, 12 % said just once; several times 9; many times, 3 and always, 1.

So far, the government is on the verge of fulfilling all its election promises as captured in its manifesto for the 2016 general elections.

By: Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson/thePublisher

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