Â The biggest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress, NDC will have a better chance of winning the 2024 election if former President John Mahama is replaced with a new candidate, respondents in a recent survey have suggested.
According to the survey conducted by European Public Policy Institute (EPPI), 61 eligible NDC voters opined that John Mahama should not run for third time as the flagbearer of the party ahead of 2024.
Also, the conclusion of the survey revealed that, the current Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has an upper hand over Alan Kyeremanten â€“ Minister for Trade and Industry, as a successor or Akufo-Addo as NPP flagbearer ahead of 2024 general elections.
The scope of the research by EPPI included; National Representative sample of 1258 eligible voters, Data collection period 1/02 â€“ 6/02, Margin of error +/- 3%, CAPI (Phone interviews) and Representative sample of age, gender, income level, region, urban/rural previous vote (2020)
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