Mnangagwa Will Get 70 Percent Of Votes In 2018 Elections: Survey

The Kenya-based network Pan African Forum Limited carried out a survey whose results released yesterday, show that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the favourite to win the forthcoming polls.

The survey concluded that Mnangagwa, will get 70 percent of the vote against MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa’s 24 percent.  The survey is named “Zimbabwe Presidential Opinion Poll” and shows that President Mnangagwa will get 70 percent, Mr Chamisa 24 percent and Dr Joice Mujuru of the National People’s Party 1.0 percent.

Pan African Forum concludes that if MDC leader Professor Welshman Ncube was to participate in the Presidential election, he will only manage 1.0 percent.

More: Chronicle

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6 comments on “Mnangagwa Will Get 70 Percent Of Votes In 2018 Elections: Survey

  1. These are blatant lies. These polls are too close to call. Noone will get more than 54%.
    Yesterday a newspaper survey was giving Chamisa 80%, which is also not correct

  2. I just wonder where these surveys are conducted . Maybe in the resettlement areas because anywhere else that could be a great lie.

  3. The survey was conducted in bogus way….Regardless of any possible winner I doubt ZANU without rigging votes can get 70%

  4. Why trouble yourself ladies a d gentleman the elections are coming soon may the best man WIN

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