By Mustapha Ceesay
The percentage of the undecided voters in the Center for Policy, Research and Strategic Studies (CepRass) second pre-election Opinion Poll has dropped to 9% as opposed to 40% in round 1 released in September.
However, 14 percent of the respondents did not disclose whom they would vote for; that increased the undecided voters and those who did not disclose who they would vote for to 23%. The 23% has been desegregated by gender, region, age for easier understanding.
The CepRass round 1 & 2 surveys are based on the perception of respondents on questions posed to them during the surveys on subjects relative to the December 4 presidentialelection including the party likely to win, relationship between political parties, chances of peaceful election, forming a coalition, intention to vote by age, issues that next president should address, intention to vote by gender, basis of their support, among others.
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