The study carried out on Ghanaians display that 42.6% of the respondents reported their MPs are worthy of a 2nd prospect.
The report exposed that 49.5% of Ghanaians surveyed mentioned they will not vote for their MPs citing very poor functionality and a deficiency of representation.
Majority of the respondents representing 46.7% also do not want their incumbent MPs to contest in 2020 general elections.
42.4% respondents want their MPs to contest although 10.9% are undecided on irrespective of whether their MPs need to contest or not.
The study mentioned that 52.3% of the respondents have been not content with the performance of their MPs.
The investigate also disclosed that at the national level, 87.8% declared their intentions to vote in the approaching standard elections as towards 9.7% who reported they will not vote if elections were likely to be held these days.
Some 2.5% of the respondents were being undecided throughout the study.
“Frequently inadequate overall performance on the element of the elected induces apathy in the citizens.
“It is consequently exciting that in spite of the frequently non-amazing effectiveness of MPs, a lot more than 4 out of each 5 respondents mentioned they would vote, 9.7% declined to vote and 2.5% were being undecided.
“In this adhere to up question 49.5% mentioned ‘No’. They would not vote for the incumbent 42.6% claimed ‘Yes’, They would vote for the incumbent , 7.9% had been undecided,” the report explained.
In all, a total of 27,500 Ghanaians in picked electoral areas in just the 275 constituencies of Ghana participated in the analyze.
Interviews are done at the suitable electoral spots and constituencies to solicit important information and facts to validate the quantitative facts.
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