70% of voters say NPP cannot win 2024 elections – InfoAnalytics Report

Spread the love

A survey by Accra-based Global InfoAnalytics shows that 70% of eligible voters doubt the ability of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to win the 2024 general elections.

Its October 2022 report indicates that majority of the voters have ruled out the possibility of the NPP ‘breaking the eight’.

“On the question of whether the the NPP can ‘Break the Eight’, approximately 70% of voters do not believe the NPP can win the 2024 election, whilst 19% believe so and 10% have no opinion”, a summary of the survey disclosed.


The survey, which focused on the likely outcomes of the 2024 polls further revealed that the 46% of NPP voters do not believe the party can win the 2024 elections; while 43% are confident of victory.

Regarding the NPP’s presidential primaries, the study showed that majority of party affiliates are rooting for the Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten to become the NPP’s next flagbearer, instead of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

According to the data, MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has also increased his prospects of becoming the NPP’s flagbearer; coming third behind Alan Kyeremanten and Dr. Bawumia respectively.

The indication of doom for the ruling New Patriotic Party in the 2024 general elections comes at a time when scores of Ghanaians are embittered about the declining state of the economy.

READ:  Finally Otumfuo Reveals The True Identify Of Okomfo Anokye

The widespread agitations have taken the form of social media trolls, jabs and hostile remarks, all directed at President Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

Some of the enraged critics say President Akufo-Addo rode on the back of lies and flowery speeches to become President, knowing he had no good plans for the country.

But reacting to some of these concerns, the President, in an interview on Monday stated that he is not frightened by the threats from some Ghanaians to boot the NPP out of office in 2024.

According to him, such threats are part of the politics and therefore he is not perturbed.

Meanwhile concerning the ailing economy, government says it is still in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to devise effective policies to rescue the country from its present woes.



Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.