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Uhuru 37% Election Result Higher Than Last 11 U.S Presidential Results of 23% to 32%.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta voting.  President Uhuru Kenyatta voting.

President Uhuru Kenyatta October Election reported result from 252 out of the 292 voting constituencies is 7.26 million from 19.6 million total voters. This is a 37% vote of total voters. This result is higher than the percentage results that the last 11 U.S Presidential results in the U.S got of 23% to 32% of the total vote.

Note: Uhuru Kenyatta result is based on 252 of the 290 Constituencies Reporting by Kenya Daily Nation. (This is not Official Result)

2017

Kenya Winner

Votes

Total Registered

Vote % of Total Voters

Aug 8th

Uhuru Kenyatta

8,200,000

19,600,000

41.84%

Oct 26th

Uhuru Kenyatta

7,260,000

19,600,000

37.01%

 

Year

U.S Winner

Vote % of Turnout

Turnout % of Voters

Vote % of Total Voters

1978

Jimmy Carter

50.10%

53.10%

26.60%

1980

Ronald Reagan

50.70%

52.60%

26.67%

1984

Ronald Reagan

58.80%

53.30%

31.34%

1988

George Bush

53.40%

50.20%

26.81%

1992

Bill Clinton

43.01%

55.20%

23.74%

1996

Bill Clinton

49.20%

49%

24.11%

2000

George Bush

47.90%

51.20%

24.52%

2004

George Bush

50.70%

56.70%

28.75%

2008

Barack Obama

52.90%

58.20%

30.79%

2012

Barack Obama

51.10%

54.90%

28.05%

2016

Donald Trump

46.10%

54.70%

25.22%

Vote % of Total Votes = Vote % of Turnout x Turnout % of Total Votes

What the Result tells us

  1. Kenya Constitution is well and working. People are ready to defend their Constitution and right to choose their leaders through the ballot.
  2. The first result of 8.2 million voters was a correct Constitutional result. 
  3. Encouraging the exercise of Constitutional right yields higher results. 
  4. As a percentage to total votes this result surpasses the last 11 credible results in the U.S. The 37 votes per 100 voters in 5 votes higher than Ronald Reagan 32 votes for every 100 in 1984. The 37 votes of every 100 voters is 13 votes higher than Bill Clinton 24 votes per every 100 result in 1992.  
  5. The turnout in voting is the highest result. In last 11 elections the failure to vote is the highest number and ranges from 41 persons per every 100 in 2008 elections in U.S to 51 persons of every 100 in 1996 election.      
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