In the last in a series of polls conducted across the nation, John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress have been put ahead of the New Patriotic Party again.
A total of 2,927 respondents were contacted in about 60 constituencies across the country.
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The new polls suggest that John Dramani Mahama, the presidential candidate of the NDC would win with 50.7% against 42.2% for the main opposition NPP's candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The poll took the form of face to face personal interviews in respondents’ homes using a fully structured questionnaire. Data collection was done using mobile internet-enabled devices.
The selection of respondents for the survey was done using a Multi-Stage Random Sampling approach that guaranteed the selection of the final eligible respondent was done at the household level and without bias, giving all respondents equal chance of being included or excluded in the sample.
Sample allocation was done in proportion to the voters’ population in each region, subsequently, the number of constituencies selected in each region was based on the sample allocated to each region while ensuring that at least 50 interviews were conducted in each constituency.
This sharply constrasts a poll by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The EIU has reiterated that its nationwide polling has it that Nana Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will win the presidential elections tomorrow.
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