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.

Probably Malawi's Next President

Probably Malawi’s Next President

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.

33 Responses to "Peter Mutharika Does It Again: Comfortably Leading in Maravi Post Opinion Polls"

  1. Edward  July 20, 2014 at 10:46 am

    all of you who commented against his excellence must feel really stupid and clearly so not understand the concept of freedom of speech this is why majority of you are nobodies and failed individuals in our society

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  2. Mapepu  May 23, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    IS WHAT I WAS WAITING SINCE J.B TOOK THE POWER. KHULULU AYI, IZIPITA KWAWO BASI. YOU ARE NOT OUR ENEMY BUT THE WAY YOU LEAD THE NATION WAS NOT GOOD. I THINK YOU GOT A LESSON. WE WERE NOT UR CHILDREN OK, CAN U SEE WHAT WE HAVE DONE. ATAWINA CHAKWERA CAN BE OK, PETER OK OSATI IWEYO WAMVA!!!!!!!!!!.

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  3. Kudabwa  May 6, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    Am i the only one noticing that the article says John Tembo is the leader of MCP.?????

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  4. Zomba  March 15, 2014 at 1:08 am

    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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  5. chikoya  March 4, 2014 at 2:28 pm

    Peter, 58 % in Malawi? Let us wait for May 20 when all eligible malawians will go into live voting. Do u remember that in 2009 Bingu was being given no chance against the UDF/MCP coalition by these same opinion polls and the so called political analysts? But Bingu won resoundingly. Those who were giving their opinions on the results have stayed mute till now but hve started making the same noise now with their miserable polls.

    Remember that those who do the polls on the internet, are a drop in the ocean of the 7 million registered voters both in town and in rural .

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  8. Wambewu  March 5, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Its not a matter of fighting, we have voted for Peter and remain quite and if you want to vote for somebody else you can do so. Ife tamuvotera ndiye tilipo ochuluka inu omutukwana mulipo ochepa ndiye ndikuchepa kwaniko mwalephera basi wathu Peter alamulire basi.

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  9. matako agalu  March 3, 2013 at 4:20 pm

    peter will never be president of this country, munamizeni mene mungathere.DPP will never come back to power again… take my word.

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    • dpp boma  May 22, 2014 at 10:07 pm

      Dpp ilamuliranso mufune musafune

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  10. matako agalu  March 3, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    ngati bingu adawina 2009, Joice banda is wining 2014 finish.

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  11. bt  March 1, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    pitala basi 2014.ine ndiye ndichita nawo campaign yoopsya.jb ku sibwa too much,amayakhula ngati ndi sister wake wa yesu.mapulezidenti oyenda ngati bakha sitifuna.

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  12. MBUZI ZA ALOMWE  March 1, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    remember we never had our revenge on your late brother. Mangawa onse azathela payiwe aise. ziputsitsana ndi alomwe anzakowo

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    • Wa DPP  March 3, 2013 at 4:41 am

      Iweyo ndiopusa zedi,nzeru ulibe.Peter nxt przdent

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  13. Patriot winanso  March 1, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Mathanyula sadzalamulira dziko lino

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  14. Patriot  March 1, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    Anthu akumudzi analowa nawo survey YOPUSAYI?
    Ine ndemwe sindinadziwe kuti Kuli opinion poll.
    Anthu akumudzi, INTERNET SAYIDZIWA.
    Ngati gogo wagona ku ndata uja, keep on dreaming in colour as if you will see the presidency. Ukalamulira ku ndata konko, FOTSEKI.
    Iwe ndi mkulu wako uja mwagwetsa dziko, ndiye ubwelerenso?

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    • Favour  March 2, 2013 at 3:56 am

      Iwenso nde kuti ndi mbuli! Nanga ndi izi zomwe simmadziwa odala. Ndiye uganize kuti ngati odziwa internet ali pa 58.9%, kuliri kumudziko PP iliko. Zako izo m’bale zikakuwawa tuluka m’Malawi muno. Ife wathu tasankha kale. Ndi Peter basi 2014.

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  15. FK  March 1, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    More fire Peter, you have my vote and full support

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  16. Five Moba  March 1, 2013 at 5:01 pm

    PP will never rig the election, becoz their votes will not even allow them to do so, if they are thinking about that plz forget about that shit, and all those they know to do that they are not PP, others they are but only spay in PP, come 2014 Joyce will have normal period like 18 year gilr, from menopose.

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  17. northerner  March 1, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    DPP will continue to be a hot potato. We shall continue to benefit from its visionary leadership come 2014. Its policies will be advanced either as a rulling party or as a majority leader of oposition party (that is if PP will rig in the elections). DPP all the way!

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  18. Five Moba  March 1, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    Tiyenazoni, mayi sangakhale president Joyce has proved it to all Malawian, now we know where we are heading to, stupid care taker, time up

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  19. Nastima ku Malawi  March 1, 2013 at 3:12 pm

    Anthu a ku Malwi tsopano akuona okha. DPP has substance. Anthu akuti adachita fundo yakuti akhala a chipani cha DPP and it is DPP, Keep to nfundo za DPP. Some of the most highest calibre politicians are in DPP.

    Inafe we are looking forward to Genuine change. GENUINE CHNAGE ndikuti, when DPP takes over. We want to feel proud to be Malawian again! Right now ndi zochitsa manyzi zimene zikuchitika ku Malawi. Ndikhulupilila mu office ya President muli njuchi! Kuti akhlemo kugwira nchito zosatheka ai!

    Yaaaah we cant wait for 2014, Peter, descent Peter ndi running mate wake Dr. Kalilani. This type of running amte will advise Peter sensibly osati zomangonyengeza anthu mukuba ndalama zaboma! Zamanyazi

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  20. CHILUNGAMO CHIONEKE  March 1, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    It is very obvious that APM and DPP are going to win, seconded by Atupele and others shall follow. I think we may not need a survey for this obvious issue

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    • CHIMWEMWE  March 3, 2013 at 11:13 am

      voting is a game of numbers.Iwill advise those castigating the Lomwes to go into the Census books and see for themselves

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  21. mpwina.  March 1, 2013 at 1:04 pm

    Its ovious Peter is a president come 2014..and am his vote.

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  22. NATION  March 1, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    ZOSATHEKA, LINDA MADZI APITE NDIPO UZITI NDADALA

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  23. Grant  March 1, 2013 at 11:34 am

    Kwankhalani chete ine nde ngwa OPeter basi. DPP 2014 tulipita m’boma. Khwesi yawo osafuna.

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  24. Mavi Ya tuwa  March 1, 2013 at 11:25 am

    Eya zofunika zimezi

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  25. murambadoro  March 1, 2013 at 10:57 am

    We want people of brave minds of the likes of peter not what we are seeing
    nowadays.

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  26. aricho  March 1, 2013 at 10:36 am

    Amalawi ali ndi bvuto limodzi sachedwa kuiwala

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  27. Macheso  March 1, 2013 at 9:44 am

    More fire Peter. Am keeping my vote in spite of you!

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  28. kwanunkwanu Phiri  March 1, 2013 at 9:38 am

    Zimenezotu. Psa koka, watsala watsala. Tionana 2014

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