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71% of citizens believe Ghana is on the wrong path – Survey

According to the findings of a recent study that was carried out by Global Info Analytics, a polling business in Ghana, 71% of Ghana’s residents are of the opinion that their country is moving in the wrong direction.

The survey also found that sixty percent of affiliates of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are opposed to the direction the country is heading, while eighty-one percent of affiliates of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) believe that the party is heading in the wrong direction.


In response to the question of whether or not the New Patriotic Party (NPP) can “break the eight,” 24% of respondents believe the party can, while 59% of voters stated they couldn’t, and 17% of voters indicated they had no opinion.


According to the results of the survey, the president’s job approval rating has significantly increased from 26% in October to 32% in January 2023, while the percentage of people who disapprove of his job performance has significantly decreased from 69% in October to 59% in January 2023.

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The vice president is liked by 32% of people, while 58% of people dislike him. In the case of Alan Kyerematen, 35% of voters liked how he did as Minister of Trade and Industry, while 45% of voters didn’t like how he did as Minister of Trade and Industry.

A total of 5,844 people participated in the survey. According to the register maintained by the Electoral Commission for the year 2020, the total number of voters in each region was used to determine the size of the sample that was distributed across all of the regions.

After that, a selection of thirty percent of the constituencies in each area was made at random, and the regional quota was distributed among those constituencies according to the total number of voters in each of those constituencies. Respondents were chosen at random from the streets, their houses, and their places of employment.

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The battle to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) into the elections in 2024 is currently deadlocked between Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Mr. Kyerematen, with neither candidate standing out as the clear favorite.

According to the survey that was carried out between the 31st of December 2022 and the 15th of January 2023, the contest to head the NPP is currently in a dead tie among NPP voters. This is because Dr. Bawumia has lost the slim advantage he had over Mr. Kyeremanten back in October 2022.

According to the latest results of the poll, Dr. Bawumia and Mr. Kyerematen are tied at 40% support among NPP voters.

On the other hand, Mr. Kyerematen’s advantage against Dr. Bawumia among general voters has decreased from 44% to 31% since October 2022, when it was at 44% to 31%. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, a representative for the New Patriotic Party and the constituency of Assin Central, is currently in third place with 14% of the vote.

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The National Patriotic Party has not yet decided when it will hold the presidential primaries to choose the party’s candidate for the elections in 2024.

Mr. Kyerematen, who resigned from his position, is likely to face off against the former Minister for Food and Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, as well as former Railways Minister Joe Ghartey, who has also declared his intention to compete for the slot. Joe Ghartey has also stated his intention to compete for the position.

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