Kenya 2013 Election Online Opinion Poll

The general election is at hand. 2013 is here and march fourth is quickly approaching. Without being prejudicial, we all know that it is a two horse race and those two horses are: Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. There are other candidtates namely: ole kiyapi, marther karua, peter kenneth and musalia mudavadi, each of these candidates is expected to garner a significant potion of votes from their tribes for Kenya is a tribal country ruled by tribal chiefs with tribal aspiration and dreams.

Musalia Mudavadi

Musalia Mudavadi aka madvd, the safe pair of hands

musalia mudavadi will thus get some luhya votes;

Martha Karua

Martha Karua aka the iron lady

martha karua will get some kikuyu votes, mostly from women;

prof. James Ole Kiyapi,

prof. James Ole Kiyapi, the…well, the something

prof. ole kiyapi will be voted in by Maasai votes and maybe the educated Kenyans votes

Peter Kenneth

Peter Kenneth, the foreigner

and peter Kenneth… well we are not sure who will elect peter Kenneth?

Raila OdingaRaila odinag will get almost all the luo votes and some kalenjins votes and

Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta

Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta aka the prince

Uhuru kenyatta will get almost all the kikuyu votes and some kalenjin votes. the other thirty least influential tribes will rule the day as the most infleuntal voters otherwise know as the swing votes. so the big questions, in the kenya march 2013 general election, who will be your president?

Also leave your comment and campaign for your candidate. convince us to vote for your candidate in a peaceful civilized way. At the time of going to the press, the charismatic Dida and the indomitable muite were not in the running Thank you.


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20 Responses to Kenya 2013 Election Online Opinion Poll

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  3. MIKY says:


    • kenyanvoice says:

      will they win it first round? That is the question

    • kenyanvoice says:

      will they win it first round? That is the question

    • kenyanvoice says:

      will they win it first round? That is the question

      • MIKY says:

        Final update by IEBC
        R. Valley 3,373,853
        Central 2,190,477
        Nyanjza 1,954,756
        Nairobi 1,778,903
        Western 1,434,987
        Coast 1,164,083
        N. eastern 347,457
        Total: 14,337,399
        Take a calculator and get busy coz numbers do not lie and this is why cord are panicking and they want the IEBC to reopen the registration
        1. Donate all western and Nyanjza voted to cord which is an impossibility since we have kisii, kikuyu and kalenjins living in Nyanza and western.
        2. Donate half of nairobi, eastern, n. eastern and three quarters of coast to cord which is still too generous because Nairobi is TNA zone and that’s why odm want to directly nominate wanjiru to split kikuyu votes. Jubilee also have a substantial amount of votes at the coast but for the purpose it this I shall not include Mombasa, lamu, taita, and kilifi. I have also not factored ngilu’s contribution and the fact that on our own we are going to get substantial eastern votes.
        3. Donate about 400k votes to odm from r. Valley though as Ruto said the achicha goons are not more than thirty in rift valley. If the tingod gets half a million votes in r valley, I will buy lunch to ten listers who are willing to bet. Frankline bet did not quit the race for fun. The ground is hostile to anything odm and he avoided writing his own political obituary. Rift valley is highly Urp zone with towns like Nakuru and naivasha being TNA.
        4. Donate about 90k votes to cord from central though Mungiki are not that many in central. Last time the tingod got s paltry 34k. If this figure doubles I will be shocked
        5. Add the remaining votes not donated 2.97 m rift valley + 2.1m central+ 0 votes Nyanza+1m eastern+899k Nairobi+0 votes western+300k coast+ 273k north eastern = 7.5m votes for jubilee which is equal to 52%. Dear listers, you argue with the facts above but numbers don’t lie and the truth of the matter is numbers don’t lie but your tingod does.

    • kenyanvoice says:

      will they win it first round? That is the question

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  7. MIKY says:

    Dear Kenyanvoice,
    I have noted with a lot of concern that in your voting (poll) above, one can vote, revote and even abuse the poll. This is not free and fair. The engineers of this website should do something to mitigate exaggerations

    • kenyanvoice says:

      hi, MIKY, thank you for your valid concern, when we put this poll online, it was meant to be a trustworthy poll not funded by any political party or media house which would thus make it impartial, with this understanding, we also hoped that only genuine registered Kenyan voters hoping to get a glimpse of the truth would vote and not spoil the exercise by voting twice. I can assure you that very few, if any fellows have voted twice and so what you see is what you get. so far, the jubilee seemed to have ran away with it.

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