Poll: Kenyans split on direction country is headed
SEE ALSO :KR vows to evict invaders on its land“Most Kenyans think the handshake will result in improvements in good governance, electoral and police reforms, upholding of the constitution, respect for human rights and economic growth,” she said. She added: “When it comes to fighting corruption, Kenyans are still skeptical about the commitment of the president and Raila in ensuring the vice is stemmed out. Only 32% are confident in the duos ability to fight corruption”. When asked what concerned them most; a majority at 23 per cent said unemployment, followed by corruption and high cost of living both at 21 per cent. Regarding the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), 53 per cent want it disbanded with 45 per cent of them expressing no confidence in the commission as currently constituted. According to the poll, IEBC enjoys a mere 21 per cent public confidence rating whereas Director of Public Prosecution office stands at 39.9 per cent. The survey was carried out between August 20 and 23, 2018 and a margin of error of +/-3 with 95 percent degree of confidence. The poll covered 26 counties through Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews.
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