By Kamadi Amata.
Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga remains the most preferred candidate, in the latest polls by Infotrak.
In the poll, Raila leads at 43 per cent while Deputy President William Ruto is second with 37 per cent.
Roots party candidate George Wajackoyah comes in third place with 4 per cent.
The poll saw 9,000 respondents from across the 290 constituencies take part.
The poll represents a one percentage point gain for Raila and a one percentage point loss for DP Ruto compared to May.
Mr Odinga’s popularity was 42 percent in June.
The undecided voters account for 16 percent or 3.6 million voters.
“Mr Odinga’s popularity means that he has 9.4 million votes while Dr Ruto has 8.1 million votes if election were to be done now. DP Ruto on the other hand has lost about 300,000 votes from the 8.4 million he had in the last poll,” she said.
Agano Party presidential candidate David Mwaure Waihiga has 0.1 percent.
“If Ruto’s popularity has dropped by one percent and Raila has gained by the same margin then the net gain from undecided voters must have gone to Wajackoyah,” said Ms Ambitho.