(Part 4) GNN’s Weekly Opinion Poll: The Most Talked about for the 2017 Presidency

Reports continue to pour into our offices from the past five days from our team of pollsters throughout who are conducting a daily survey as to who is the preferred choice for the Liberian people come 2017 general and presidential elections.

Nine of the fifteen counties have been covered by our team of pollsters via a complete survey as to whose name is the talk of the town in those counties for the 2017 presidential elections.

Our statics For This Week Featured The Most Talked About:
Joseph Boakai has retained his position for the past seven days with 26.7%

George Weah, this also applied to the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Standard Bearer

Charles Brumskine has secured 22% for the Liberty Party (LP)

Mills Jones during week secured 15% for his newly registered Movement for economic Empowerment (MOVEE),

Benoni Urey of the All Liberia Party (ALP) is slowly crawling with 10.11% to match himself with the others.

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.

Simon Freeman 3.97% (LPC)

Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh 5.4% (APD)

Mr. Jones Nhinson Williams (NLP) 8%

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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