NPP will win massively if today was election day - Report

NPP will win massively if today was election day - Report

- A report by a research firm, CDD-Ghana, show that the NPP can win elections today

- The report shows that the NPP can pull 49 percent of votes as against NDC

- NDC has criticized the report saying it is propaganda for the NPP

If there was an election today, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will win hands down. This is according to a research conducted by the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD).

According to the Afrobarometer report by the CDD, the NPP will win by a wide margin of 49 percent whereas the opposition NDC will win by 22 percent.

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What this means is that most Ghanaians believe the NPP can deliver on their promises. The survey also showed that 33 percent of Ghanaians have pledged their love and trust for the NPP.

The opposition NDC has hit hard on the report. According to the party, the CDD, through which the report came from, is a supporter of the NPP.

National organizer of the NDC, Kofi Adams, argues that the research organization is using propaganda to bring the NDC down to its knees.

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Barely two years since the 2016 elections, the opposition NDC has been strategizing on best ways to capture power in the 2020 elections. Top of their strategies has been the unity walks aimed at rebuilding the grassroots of the party.

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Meanwhile, former president and presidential candidate of the NDC, John Dramani Mahama says he is not interested in contesting the elections in 2020. Mahama says his main priority is to rebuild the strength of the NDC before thinking of any political role in the next elections.

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