We are in the middle of July and in the middle of the voters registration exercise that has seen over a million Ghanaians register for a voters card to take part in the December elections.
Meanwhile, the coronavirus cases keep increasing as more social activities are being engaged in with little respect for safety protocols sanctioned by law.
In the results of the latest Ghana Election Poll, Ghanaians clearly want to go to any length to be part of the ongoing electoral process. Seven questions were asked in the first wave of the poll and their corresponding results would be published within the next three weeks on GhanaWeb.com. The questions include:
Do you plan to vote in the 2020 election?
If the December 2020 elections were to be held today, which party do you feel will win?
Do you think Akufo-Addo has fulfilled his promises well enough to deserve re-election?
Do you think former President John Mahama deserves to return as President of Ghana?
Do you think it is time to vote another party into power apart from the NDC and NPP?
Do you feel there is a possibility of vote-rigging in the 2020 elections?
Who are you planning to vote for if the 2020 elections were held today?
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and the fast-rising cases recorded in the country, Ghanaians have expressed massive interest in taking part in the December 2020 general elections to vote for a president and parliamentary representatives.
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