By Edrissa Jallow
The Center for Policy, Research and Strategic Studies (CepRass) has released its latest opinion poll titled ‘post-election opinion survey 2022’ to journalists for the upcoming National Assembly Elections scheduled for Saturday 9th April 2022. According to the CepRass Parliamentary Poll, 50% of respondents intend to cast their votes for President Adama Barrow’s National People’s Party (NPP).
Launching the poll at the National Nutrition Agency (NaNA) CepRass on Wednesday 6th March 2022, Senior Consultant Dr Mustapha Jobarteh revealed that a large proportion of respondents haven’t shown an intention to vote. The report presented three scenarios that could occur with regard to the results of the elections. The poll report notes that a large number of respondents didn’t declare their preferred candidate.
CepRass Executive Director of Mr. Lamin Dampha notes that their Opinion polls focus on the work of the Incumbent government since they’re seeking re-election into office. Mr Dampha also noted that the National Assembly election aims to shed light on some key governance issues.
Below is a list of the “Likely Winner by Constituency” as published by CepRass.