(Part 2) GNN’s Weekly Opinion Poll: 2017 Elections Who’s The Most Talk About, And Who’s Not

This week we once again bring you our 2017 presidential opinion poll from around the Country as to who is the most talk about for the presidency, and who’s not. Dozens of our pollsters from around the country have been conducting over the past seven day’s opinion poll from the people of their respective localities.

This opinion poll will be featured on this website every week to keep abreast our numerous browsers as to who is the most talk about in the pending 2017 general and presidential elections. On record at the National Elections Commission (NEC) there are already over 18 political parties and 18 Liberians who have expressed their quest for the nation’s highest office, the presidency.

Names That Rings Bell For 2017 Presidential Elections

VP Joseph N. Boakai (UP) 54%

Senator George Manneh Weah (CDC) 52%

Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine (LP) 53%

Dr. Joseph Mills Jones 44%

Mr. Benoni Urey 32% (ALP)

Simon Freeman 27% (LPC)

Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh 12% (APD)

Mr. Jones Nhinson Williams (NLP)11%

Other political parties that presidential candidates unknown are New Deal Movement     NDM, All Liberia Coalition Party, National Reformation Party,Liberian Destiny Party, National Democratic Party of Liberia, National Reformation Party, Free Democratic Party, National Party of Liberia, United Democratic Alliance, Labor Party of Liberia, All Liberia Coalition Party, Nation Democratic Party of Liberia, Union of Liberian Democrats, Liberia Equal Right Party, Liberia National Alliance, New Deal Movement, Freedom Alliance Party of Liberia, Liberia Destiny, Reform United Liberia Party, Progressive Democratic Party, and National Vision Party of Liberia.

Independent candidates whose names are also heard include

Amara Konneh 10%

Augustine K. Ngafuan (UP) 11%

Jewel Howard Taylor (NPP) 22%

Leymah Gbowee 45%

Our next opinion poll will be featured in one week’s time.

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