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73 percent of Ghanaians against the E-Levy – Survey

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Feb 1, 2022 ,

According to a survey conducted by Global Info Analytics, 73% of Ghanaians oppose the e-levy.

The survey divided Ghanaians into three groups: supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), and persons who defined themselves as “floating.”

According to the poll, 56.35% of NPP supporters oppose the program, while 86.64 percent of self-identified NDC supporters oppose it.

The charge is opposed by 77.51% of floating Ghanaians.

Musa Danquah, Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, stated that the survey’s general trend was predicted.

Mr. Danquah remarked on the Citi Breakfast Show, “I wasn’t surprised, but what I was startled by was, I was anticipating it to be a little higher than what we got.”

In total, 2,422 people of voting age were polled in 34 constituencies around the country.

According to the poll, which focused on governance, corruption, and politics, 58 percent of respondents believe the administration is heading in the wrong path.

Fifty-three percent of respondents said they were pessimistic about the country’s future prospects.

Thirty-three percent thought things will improve in the coming year, while 14 percent were undecided.

“Those who believe the country is heading in the wrong direction are the same people who believe the president is not doing a good job,” Mr. Danquah pointed out.

He also stated that their findings matched previous surveys.

“If you look at the direction of the country, I believe the number we have is precisely the same as what Afrobarometer stated,” Mr. Danquah remarked.

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