Survey: Bawumia leads in presidential race while NDC is most popular party in 2024 elections.

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2024 Election: Bawumia leads in presidential race while NDC is most popular party – Survey

Recent survey results indicate a competitive political scene in Ghana, ahead of the 2024 elections, with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) leading in voter popularity.

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP), with 34.5% of the vote, behind the NDC, which has 38.8% of the total, according to a survey conducted by political analyst Professor Smart Sarpong.

As Ghana prepares for its upcoming elections, recent survey results have revealed a competitive political landscape with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) leading in popularity among voters.

According to the survey, by political analyst Professor Smart Sarpong, the NDC holds 38.8% of the votes, while the New Patriotic Party (NPP) follows closely with 34.5%.

The baseline report on 275 constituencies by Political Analyst Prof Smart Sarpong, had a total sample size of 59,547 selected from the full 275 sub-samples, with Each sub-sample representing a proportional share of total contribution to voter population as per the 2020 voter register.

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The survey, carried out in April 2024 and covering all 16 regions of the country, reveals that a significant portion of the electorate, 23.1%, remains undecided, potentially making them a crucial factor in the final outcome. Smaller parties, collectively, hold a marginal 3.6% of voter support.

The survey findings indicate a different trend when it comes to preferred presidential candidates. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia of the NPP leads with 38.9% support, slightly ahead of the NDC’s John Dramani Mahama, who has 36.1% support. Undecided voters constitute 21.4%, and other candidates collectively account for 3.6%.

The survey also explored the main factors influencing voter decisions. Competence tops the list, with 50.3% of respondents indicating it as their primary consideration. Track records of presidential candidates are crucial for 22.5% of voters, while party affiliation matters to 19.1%. Interestingly, 3.7% of respondents admitted that financial inducement could sway their vote.

The report further adds voters have identified unemployment as the most pressing issue, with 21.1% highlighting it as their primary concern. Economic improvements are also high on the agenda, with a cumulative 33.7% of respondents citing various economic issues.

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Poor infrastructure, including roads, water, and power, are significant concerns. Other critical issues include illegal mining, LGBTQ rights, corruption, and poor sanitation.

Please read full report here.

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