The Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has been tipped to win the forthcoming November 11 governorship election.
A new governorship pre-election opinion poll conducted by a consultancy think-tank, LAKEWHYTE Communications, said Governor Uzodinma would win by a landslide.
According to the firm, the poll puts the margin of victory for the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the November 11 poll at 68%.
It said that by polling over 13,000 prospective voters across the 27 local government areas of the state, the governor would win overwhelmingly and evident the 25% requirement everywhere.
The survey further showed that Uzodimma would be trailed by candidates of the Labour Party (LP), Senator Athan Achonu with 14%; Senator Samuel Anyanwu of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) with 10%; and Tony Ejiogu of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) with 8%.
The statement reads: “A breakdown of the survey indicated that when people were asked which of the political parties they preferred, based on the factors of Trust quotient, Experience, Believability, Track Record, handling of the Economy and Security, 68% of the respondents chose Uzodimma.
“While there was overwhelming support grossing between 85% and 90% in some LGAs and others as low as 40% and 45%, the intrinsic and Germaine output and outcome is that there was no LGA where Uzodimma did not meet and surpass the constitutionally required 25%.
“With 13,500 people surveyed, an average of 500 per local government area, the 68% affirmation support for Uzodimma represents 9,045 respondents.
“The respondents were drawn from groups but not limited to Artisans, Transporters, Civil Servants, Rural Dwellers, Professionals 1st-time voters, Pensioners, Students, Youth Women groups, and Town Union Leadership.“
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