With just 3 Months left for Ghanaians to go to the polls to elect a President and Members of Parliament, a lot of organizations have started conducting election polls to predict the likely outcome of the elections.
The Institute Of Economic Affairs (IEA) has also conducted a poll to find out which Political Party among the two major parties is trusted by Ghanaians as both the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have launched their manifesto which essentially is a social contract between the Political parties and the electorstes.
Below is the question that was asked for respondents to answer.
" Both the NDC and the NPP have had a chance to govern the Country in 2012-2016 and 2016 - 2020 respectively. Based on their previous Manifestos/performance, which party do you think will be better at achieving its manifesto promises within the next 4 years ".
Per the results of the poll, the NDC appears to be the party Ghanaians trust as 53.8% of the respondents chose the NDC as the party that can achieve its promises, with 46.2% of the respondents going in for the ruling NPP.
If this poll is anything to go by, then the NDC may be on their way to victory as results from the poll suggests.
But the NDC must not be complicent because, this results only represents a small number of Ghanaians and not all the voting population.
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