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Obi Leads Over Tinubu, Atiku In New NIO Election Poll

According to information from research provided on Wednesday night by the ANAP Foundation, which funded the opinion survey, Peter Obi has increased his advantage over Bola Tinubu and Atiku Abubakar in the most recent NOI polls.

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The results of the poll done in December, however, revealed a stunning rise in support for Tinubu in the Southeast, where the APC presidential candidate’s support quadrupled, at the same time as Peter Obi had a 20% point decline in support in his Southeast base, dropping from 70% to 50%.

The newly released ANAP Foundation poll shows Obi is still in the lead to be elected the president of Nigeria in 2023

According to Atedo Peterside, president of the ANAP Foundation, who revealed the most recent information regarding Nigerians’ voting intentions on Channels Television’s Politics Today, support for Obi increased from 21% in the September poll to 23% countrywide in the poll conducted in December.

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Atiku decreased from 13% nationally to 10% while Tinubu remained stable at 13% compared to September.

Additionally, according to, Obi was in the lead in the surveys for the Southeast, South-South, and North-Central geopolitical zones. Atiku led in the Northeast and Northwest geopolitical zones, same like in September, while Tinubu led in the Southwest.

The increase in popularity in the North-Central region, where it increased from 16% to 24%, made up for Obi’s loss of support in the Southeast. In the Northeast, Obi increased from 8% to 10%.

The poll also revealed a notable decline for Tinubu in the North Central, where his support dropped from 9% to 1%, but an increase in the Southeast, where it rose from 4% to 8%.

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In the South-South area, which had previously been thought of as the PDP’s bastion, Atiku dropped from 6% in September to 3%, according to the NOI Poll, with Tinubu and Obi at 8% and 40%, respectively.

On Wednesday night, Daniel Bwala quickly dismissed the resurrection of Peter Obi’s claim that Atedo Peterside was a supporter of the Labour Party presidential candidate when speaking on television.

However, the opinion poll observed a rise in the percentage of those who declined to state their intentions to vote, with the number rising particularly in the Southeast.

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