84 per cent of Kenyans support devolution, IPSOS survey reveals

84 per cent of Kenyans support devolution, IPSOS survey reveals

- in Development, News

A whooping 84 per cent of Kenyans are supporting devolution, an IPSOS survey has said.

According to the survey released on Friday, Coast counties lead with the highest support at 90 per cent followed by Nyanza with 88 per cent.

Eastern and Rift Valley follow with 85 per cent and 83 per cent respectively.

Ipsos lead researcher Tom Wolf said in terms of political party affiliations, 86 per cent of NASA supporters were in support of devolution compared to 83 per cent of Jubilee supporters.

Wolf said they did not, however, ask why more NASA supporters supported devolution than those of Jubilee supporters.

The research was conducted between March 4 and March 12, 2018, with 2,003 respondents being interviewed face to face.

The survey had a 95 per cent level of confidence and a margin error of 2.16 percent.

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