54% of voters prefer Alan to lead NPP into 2024 polls – Global Info Analytics

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According to the most recent survey by Global Info Analytics, 54% of Ghanaian voters want Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen to lead the New Patriotic Party into the 2024 elections.

“The big story is that Alan is the preferred choice of floating voters. He’s popular amongst floating voters. Alan has been consistent throughout. Amongst all Ghanaian voters, 54% of them said they will vote for Alan, they said they prefer Alan. 46% said they will prefer Dr. Bawumia. Kennedy Agyapong followed by 21% amongst floating voters. He’s much more popular across the country than he’s within NPP as a fraternity,” the Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, Mussa Dankwa told host of the Point of View on Citi TV, Bernard Avle.

Additionally, according to a poll conducted by lobal Info Analytics between June 30 and July 7, 2023, 45% of NPP voters want vice president Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to be the party’s leader.

“When you ask NPP voters, the table turns, 45% for Alan and 55% for Bawumia,” Mussa Dankwa indicated.

He noted that Kennedy Ohene Agyapong was ranked third in the poll and that, in the event of a run-off in the primary, the majority of his supporters would probably support Alan Kyerematen.

He added that if there is a run-off, Dr. Bawumia might lose the primary.

“Dr. Bawumia will lose if there’s a run-off. 21% of Kennedy Agyapong’s supporters will switch and vote for Bawumia in a run-off, whiles 57% of Kennedy’s supporters will vote for Alan Kyerematen. And 22% said no Ken no vote, higher than those who will even vote for Dr Bawumia. There’s a lot to be done within Kennedy Agyapong’s team. You might be doing a good job if you are able to convince them. Bawumia will not survive if there’s a run-off, if Bawumia doesn’t win a one-touch, the 2nd round he will be out,” he anticipated.