In a recent poll conducted by Global Info Analytics on the upcoming 2024 elections, findings indicate that approximately 35% of supporters within the New Patriotic Party (NPP) harbor doubts about Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia’s ability to manage the economy effectively.
The survey, conducted by an independent research organization, aimed to gauge public sentiments and perceptions regarding key political figures, particularly in relation to economic stewardship. The results, with a focus on the NPP’s support base, reveal a notable segment expressing skepticism about Vice President Bawumia’s economic leadership.
While the majority of NPP supporters still express confidence in Bawumia’s capacity to navigate economic challenges, the significant minority expressing distrust raises questions about the factors contributing to this perception shift.
Political analysts suggest that economic concerns, policy disagreements, or a perception gap in communicating economic achievements may contribute to the reported skepticism. With the 2024 elections on the horizon, these findings may have implications for the NPP’s strategy and messaging in the coming months.
Vice President Bawumia, known for his role in championing economic policies, is likely to address these concerns as the political landscape evolves. The poll serves as an early indicator of areas that may require attention within the party as it prepares for the electoral contest.
The NPP leadership has not issued an official response to the poll results, and it remains to be seen how they will navigate these sentiments within their support base. The 2024 elections are expected to be closely contested, and understanding the dynamics of public trust will be crucial for political parties as they shape their campaigns and strategies in the run-up to the elections.
story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah