Mahama To Win Comprehensively; Bawumia Staring At Unprecedented Defeat – New Global InfoAnalytics Poll Reveals


Former President John Dramani Mahama is currently projected as the leading candidate for Ghana’s upcoming 2024 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. According to a recent poll conducted by Global Info Analytics, Mahama is expected to secure 51.1% of the vote, making him the most likely candidate to win the presidency.

The poll results indicate a challenging path for the current Vice President and New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. Dr. Bawumia is projected to receive only 38.2% of the vote, suggesting a potential significant defeat in the upcoming elections. This projection reflects a considerable gap between him and Mahama, underscoring the uphill battle the Vice President faces in his bid for the presidency.

In third place, Alan Kyeremanten, another prominent figure in Ghanaian politics, is expected to receive 5.3% of the vote. Kyeremanten’s lower polling numbers highlight the dominant positions of Mahama and Bawumia in the race. Additionally, Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as ‘Cheddar,’ is projected to come in fourth with 4.6% of the vote. Despite his lower standing, Cheddar’s entry into the race has added an interesting dynamic to the election landscape.

The poll was conducted throughout the month of June, providing a snapshot of voter sentiment six months ahead of the decisive elections in December. As the election date approaches, these projections offer valuable insights into the current political climate and the potential outcomes of the race.

John Dramani Mahama’s projected lead suggests a strong preference for his leadership among the electorate, possibly influenced by his previous tenure as President and his party’s policies. For Dr. Bawumia, the projected outcome indicates the need for significant campaign efforts to bridge the gap and sway voter opinion in his favor.

With six months remaining until the elections, these projections may still evolve as candidates intensify their campaigns and address key issues affecting the nation. The upcoming election is poised to be a crucial moment for Ghana, with significant implications for its future political and economic direction.


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