67% of Ghanaians say the country is heading in wrong direction – Survey

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The second national tracking poll by Global InfoAnalytics from the sixteen regions of the country has concluded that 67 per cent of respondents say the country is heading in the wrong direction.

“On the question of whether voters believe the country is heading in the right direction or wrong direction, only 26% were of the view that the country is heading in the right direction with 67% saying it is heading in the wrong direction,” the survey said.

Regarding the flagbearership elections of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) the poll saw a remarkable fight back by Alan Kojo Kyeremanten in the race to lead the NPP in 2024 as he came from behind to lead Dr Mahamudu Bawumia by36% to 33%. Dr Bawumia had a commanding lead in the January 2022 polls where led Alan 40% to 28%.

The poll saw Alan Kyeremanten sweep the critical regions to take the lead. In what was a reversal of fortune, Alan Kyeremanten wins all the regions except Northern, North East, Upper West and Upper East regions.


In the race to lead the NDC, HE John Mahama continues to increase his lead over his rivals, the former minister of finance Dr Kwabena Dufour and Kojo Bonsu, former mayor of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly. John Mahama is backed by 57% of voter, Dr Dufour, 12% and Kojo Bonsu 4%.


The poll also shows the president’s job approval rating declining from 34% in January 2022 to 27% in April. 67% of voters disapprove the job performance of the president, resulting in net approval rating of 40% negative (approval minus disapproval).

By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana

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