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1 Party is Loosing with 39% -See the Results of this New Online Polls that is Trending

Do you know that online polls are very vital in recent times when it cokes to elections? The outcome of elections can be seen just online before the main elections come to light. Anyway I want you to kindly follow my page by Clicking on follow button at the top right corner to get all the latest in Ghana and beyond. 

An online polls which I have shared earlier have seen both NDC and NPP on level terms, considering the percentage of votes castes in favor of the parties. Another online polls have been monitored and its outcomes seems to be in favor of the national Democratic Congress led by his excellency the former president of the republic of Ghana. 

The NDC is in control of the polls at the moment with 44% of the total votes casted while the NPP follows with 39% of the total votes casted. 

What is your take on this? Which party is winning your vote in the upcoming elections? Leave your comments and share 

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