TIFA POLLS: Natembeya popular candidate in Trans Nzoia
Trans Nzoia gubernatorial candidate George Natembeya is the popular candidate in Trans Nzoia County.
According to TIFA polls released on Thursday, Natembeya is largely leading with 56 per cent over Chris Wamalwa with 21 per cent in the gubernatorial race.
Wilfred Muraya comes third with two per cent and other candidates with two per cent.
The number of of undecided stands at 19 per cent.
In the polls, Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga also leads with 52 per cent.
He is followed by Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto with 34 per cent. Roots party candidate George Wajackoyah trails with one per cent.
The undecided voters stand at 13 per cent.
According to the polls Lilian Siyoi has the leading popularity as women representative candidate with 22 per cent, followed by Susan Nakhumicha with 11 per cent.
Phanice Katundi comes in third with eight per cent followed by Janet Wanyama with eight per cent, Eunice Karanja trails with four per cent and Susan Nelima with three per cent.
Other candidates got five per cent.
The number of undecided voters is 40 per cent.
Henry Ndiema ties with Allan Chesang with 24 per cent in the senatorial race.
Joshua Werunga came in third with seven per cent, followed by Richard Chesebe with four per cent, Omari Wafula follows with two per cent.
Cheptoo Morei ties with Michael Ndito at one per cent each.
The number of undecided voters is 37 per cent.
Azimio la Umoja is the leading supported coalition with 44 per cent followed by Kenya Kwanza's 34 per cent.
The number of undecided voters stands at 22 per cent.
According to TIFA, UDA is the leading supported party with 24 per cent followed by ODM with 23 per cent.
Democracy Action Party Kenya (DAP-K) was third with nine per cent, followed by Jubilee with three per cent.
Devolution Empowerment Party (DEP) ties with Ford-Kenya with two per cent followed by Amani National Congress(ANC) trailing at one per cent.
The polls were conducted between June 28 and 29.
It was conducted from a sample size of 416 registered correspondents with a +/- 4.8 percent margin of error.