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Mahama Leads Bawumia in Latest InfoAnalytics Poll Ahead of 2024 Presidential Election

A recent national opinion poll conducted by Global InfoAnalytics has revealed that John Dramani Mahama, the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the upcoming 2024 presidential elections, is currently leading Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), in the race to lead Ghana in 2025.

According to the poll results, Mr. Mahama is leading with 54.3 percent, followed by Dr. Bawumia at 34.9 percent.

Other candidates include Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen from the Movement for Change (M4C) with 7.5 percent, Nana Kwame Bediako from the New Force Movement (NFM) with 2.3 percent, and others with one percent.

A notable twist in the poll results is Mr. Mahama’s lead in the North East Region with 58 percent, while Dr. Bawumia trails at 26 percent.

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However, Dr. Bawumia has regained the lead in the Ashanti Region with 54 percent, with Mr. Mahama at 31 percent. Dr. Bawumia has also made gains in the Central Region but still trails Mr. Mahama at 45 percent to 51 percent.

The poll, which surveyed 6,128 voters with a confidence level of 99 percent and a margin of error of 1.66 percent, also highlighted the importance of campaign promises in influencing voters.

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Forty-eight percent of respondents indicated that the “24 Hr Economy” campaign promise would influence their vote, followed by “Digitalisation” at 29 percent, and the “Great Transformational Plan (GTP)” at 6 percent.

Additionally, 60 percent of voters agreed that Dr. Bawumia is partly to blame for the current economic crisis.

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