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NPP PROMISES: Akufo-Addo not fulfilled enough to deserve re-election

More than half of Ghanaians surveyed in the Ghana Election Poll do not think President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has fulfilled his promises well enough to deserve re-election as President in the December polls.

The first wave of results conducted by the Ghana Election Poll conducted online from May 1 through to June 30 finds 52% respondents against the president’s reelection based on unfulfilled promises.

While 32% of Ghanaians who took part in the poll are of the view that the president has fulfilled his promises in the past 4 years and deserves to be re-elected. However, 16% are undecided. 

The data further revealed that both males and females representing 51.8% and 52.2% respectively do not think the president has fulfilled his promises well enough to deserve re-election. 

Across the ages, a lot more are undecided about whether or not the president has fulfilled his promises well enough to be re-elected.

 Those who are 40 years and above think he has fulfilled his promises well enough to be re-elected.

Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error (with finite population correction) of plus or minus 3.482%. A representative sample of the Ghanaian population was achieved by weighting (matching) the data according to age and gender demographics of the 2010 population and housing census and the Ghana Living Standards Survey (GLSS 7). 

Seven questions were asked in the first wave of the Ghana Election Poll and their corresponding results would be published within the next three weeks. 

The online poll is conducted every month and the results published at the beginning of every other month, devoid of spam as the respondents can take the survey only once.

The Ghana Election Poll is different from the open-access poll which is running.

Source: Adoanewsonline.com

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