Peter Mutharika Does It Again: Comfortably Leading in Maravi Post Opinion Polls

Peter Mutharika: Emerging Favourite in Different opinion Polls

Peter Mutharika: Emerging Favourite in Different opinion Polls

With about a week to close voting, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) interim leader Peter Mutharika is comfortably leading in the opinion polls being conducted by the online line publication, Maravi Post.

In the polls, Malawians are answering the question ‘who will you vote for in 2014’, and out of 3806 people that have participated as on Thursday, 1300 hours, 2245 people have voted for Peter Mutharika, representing a 58.8 percent.

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Falling far second is President Joyce Banda with 739 votes, representing 19.4 percent, followed by United Democratic Front (UDF) leader Atupele Muluzi with 660, representing 17.3 percent.

The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader John Tembo is sharing 176 votes, which is 4.6 percent with other political player in the polls.

The polls which started on February 6 will close on March 6, which is next week.

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In December last year, Mutharika also emerged favourite in the opinion polls conducted by the Nation on Sunday newspaper.

In the polls, 41 percent of 4415 Malawians who participated said they will vote for Mutharika, if elections were held on that time.

If that was not enough, Mutharika also emerged victorious in the opinion polls conducted by Nyasa Times and Malawi Breaking News and vacancies.

28 Comments for “Peter Mutharika Does It Again: Comfortably Leading in Maravi Post Opinion Polls”

  1. Zomba

    The big question to ask yourself is, how many non DPP supporters read this web page??????? This is a clear indicative of a percentages of DPP readers in relation to other party members who visit this web page. As we all know this is a pro DPP and therefore its not surprising that fewer non DPP members are less interest in visiting this site.

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