2023 Delta Guber: Fresh poll shows neck-and-neck race between APC, Labour Party, as PDP trails behind
The latest opinion poll conducted by GbaramatuVoice Newspaper has again indicated that the Saturday, February 11, 2023, governorship election in Delta state, will be the most fiercely contested election in the history of the state.
This revelation emerged from the result of the poll put together by the management of GbaramatuVoice to assist Deltans make informed decisions in the forthcoming gubernatorial election in the state.
Going by the result of the latest poll which is the third in the series conducted by the newspaper within the past six (6) months, GbaramatuVoice reports that Ovie Omo-Agege of the All Progressive Congress scored 42%. He defeated his strongest and newest opponent and the Labour Party candidate Ken Pela with just 1%. Pela polled 41% to emerged second position.
In a related development, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Sheriff Oborevwori, came distant third with 15% while Chief Great Ogboru of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, on his part scored 1% to emerge 4th position.
Aside from the fact that All Progressive Congress (APC) which enjoyed wide margin lead in the first and second polls earlier organized by the Newspaper, now walks a tight rope to victory.
The result of the latest poll shows that Labour Party (LP) may spring a surprise in the forthcoming contest except APC and PDP do something theatrical to prevent such occurrence.
GbaramatuVoice writes that what the present outcome portrays is that Sheriff Oborevwori has both visibly and glaringly lost his support base and PDP as a party lost grip of commanding heights of followership and may be on its way out of Osadebe House.
It would be recalled that GbaramatuVoice as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and agenda setting geared towards 2023 general election, initiated the online polling exercise to determine the strength of individual candidates and their acceptability, while assisting electorate make informed decisions.