CDC’s George Weah Cakewalk UP’s Joseph Boakai, As Liberty Party’s Charles Brumskine Craws, GNN Weekly 2017 Opinion Poll Reveals

Latest report reaching our opinion poll desk from upcountry has revealed that the Country’s main opposition political party, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) of Senator George Manneh Weah is making a thunderous come back to ascent over the Country second in command, Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai who for the past week has been topping the poll as to who becomes the Country’s next President in 2017.

Last week VP Boakai captured 26.7% over CDC’s Senator George Manneh Weah who received 25.3%. but this week it has taken a dramatic turn, with CDC climbing over VP Boakai with 30.9%, while he Boakai capturing 24.5%, according to our pollsters many of whom situated in nine of the fifteen counties of Liberia.

Charles Brumskine’s Liberty Party is slowly crawling by capturing 23.8%, while Dr.Mills Jones of the Movement for economic Empowerment (MOVEE) taken away 20.8%,

According to our nationwide pollsters, Liberians who they spoke to this week, said they are still pondering over the stratus of the rest of the 2017 presidential candidates this week and hope to say something about them during the coming week.

This above survey covered nine of the fifteen counties of Liberia, including Nimba, Bong, Margibe, Bomi, Cape Mount, Montserrado, Sinoe, River Gee and Lofa Counties.

Benoni Urey of the All Liberia Party (ALP)  

Simon Freeman  (LPC)

Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh (APD)

Mr. Jones Nhinson Williams (NLP)

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.

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