2023: Peter Obi most favored, Bloomberg Poll Predicts

Bloomberg has published a poll showing that Peter Obi, the Labour Party, LP's presidential candidate, is in the lead.

According to a poll performed by Premise Data Corporation for Bloomberg News and released on Wednesday, the Labour party candidate is the most popular among the other candidates since he received the most votes from potential voters.

According to the report, a resounding majority of respondents said they planned to support former state governor Obi in the elections set for February 2023 Nigerian election.

Despite widespread dissatisfaction with Nigeria's course, the media outlet stated that most respondents said they believed their vote would matter and that the election would be conducted fairly.

"Obi was chosen by 72% of the 92% of participants who stated they had made up their minds on how to cast their ballots. According to 45% of those who are still undecided, the 61-year-old is their first choice, Bloomberg said.

The survey of 3,973 Nigerians was conducted between September 5 and 20, according to the San Francisco-based data company, and participants were chosen from quotas set up by age, gender, and geography across the six geopolitical zones of the nation.

The Alliance for Affordable Internet reported that approximately 44% of Nigerians own cellphones, and that results were compared to the initial quotas to assure nationwide representation.

The All Progressives Congress and the People's Democratic Party had less successful candidates, according to the poll.

It revealed that Atiku Abubakar of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party trailed at 9% and 17%, respectively, while Bola Tinubu of the ruling All Progressives Congress received 16% of those who had made up their minds and 23% of those who had not.

2023: Peter Obi most favored, Bloomberg Poll Predicts

2023: Peter Obi most favored, Bloomberg Poll Predicts


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