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Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by eeetuk(m): 1:02pm On Sep 01
Pre-election Polling for 2023 Presidential Election in Nigeria
eeetuk
Atiku Abubakar lead in 2023 presidential election has widen—according to new pre-election polling data. After all political parties in Nigeria concluded their parties’ primaries to nominate each political party flagbearer for 2023 presidential election, I sent out emails to five people I know in Nigeria for years to gather information about which candidate will succeed President Mohammedu Buhari. Lucky enough, five email letters produced 105 email letters. My five friends made contact with other Nigerians—resulting in 105 people participating in the polling.

From the information I received from 105 people, I divided Nigeria 36 states into three groups as follows: Atiku Abubakar states, Tinubu states and Toss-Up states. Toss-up states are states that these 105 Nigerians have found them difficult to pick for Atiku or Tinubu or any other candidate in the race.

Right now, the race for 2023 presidential election is for Atiku Abubakar to lose. He is winning in almost all states from the North, Southeast, South/South. Bola Tinubu only dominates in the Southwest. And even in the Southwestern States, Atiku Abubakar is head-to-head with Tinubu in Lagos, Osun and Ondo states.

One more surprise is Peter Obi of the Labor Party has not put away a single state in the Southeast. Mr. obi’s supports are only in social media platforms. “Peter Obi has no chance”, according to people who spoke with his supporters in Lagos and Abuja. That shows that voters in Nigeria have already made up their minds about how the race will go.

So, below is a graphic---which highlights which states are leaning towards some candidates and those which are yet to decide. Enjoy it!
*** Please note I intend to re-visit the positions of these candidates when full campaign season begins.

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Re: Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by Ebi2233: 1:08pm On Sep 01
Atiku own the election.
Re: Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by BlazinGlory40: 1:12pm On Sep 01
eeetuk:
Pre-election Polling for 2023 Presidential Election in Nigeria
eeetuk
Atiku Abubakar lead in 2023 presidential election has widen—according to new pre-election polling data. After all political parties in Nigeria concluded their parties’ primaries to nominate each political party flagbearer for 2023 presidential election, I sent out emails to five people I know in Nigeria for years to gather information about which candidate will succeed President Mohammedu Buhari. Lucky enough, five email letters produced 105 email letters. My five friends made contact with other Nigerians—resulting in 105 people participating in the polling.

From the information I received from 105 people, I divided Nigeria 36 states into three groups as follows: Atiku Abubakar states, Tinubu states and Toss-Up states. Toss-up states are states that these 105 Nigerians have found them difficult to pick for Atiku or Tinubu or any other candidate in the race.

Right now, the race for 2023 presidential election is for Atiku Abubakar to lose. He is winning in almost all states from the North, Southeast, South/South. Bola Tinubu only dominates in the Southwest. And even in the Southwestern States, Atiku Abubakar is head-to-head with Tinubu in Lagos, Osun and Ondo states.

One more surprise is Peter Obi of the Labor Party has not put away a single state in the Southeast. Mr. obi’s supports are only in social media platforms. “Peter Obi has no chance”, according to people who spoke with his supporters in Lagos and Abuja. That shows that voters in Nigeria have already made up their minds about how the race will go.

So, below is a graphic---which highlights which states are leaning towards some candidates and those which are yet to decide. Enjoy it!
*** Please note I intend to re-visit the positions of these candidates when full campaign season begins.

Hahaha the psychological warfare is on cheesy
Re: Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by Ebi2233: 1:14pm On Sep 01
BlazinGlory40:


Hahaha the psychological warfare is on cheesy

Zombiedients believe on online noise.
Re: Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by BlazinGlory40: 2:14pm On Sep 01
Ebi2233:


Zombiedients believe on online noise.


Is that all?
Re: Pre-election Polling For 2023 Presidential Election In Nigeria by danijesus(m): 2:16pm On Sep 01
Mumu thread

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