Polls

Issues facing Kenyans and Uhuru’s Legacy | June Omnibus Survey | 2nd Release

This report represents findings on a national survey recently conducted on the following thematic areas: Issues facing Kenyans Main Problems/Challenges Facing Kenya as a Whole/Most People in their Locality Kenya’s Direction and Main Reasons (for Right/Wrong Direction sentiments) President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Legacy Main Perceived Positive Legacy Main Perceived Negative Legacy See links for the report. Perceptions towards President

Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Public Opinion Poll Results | June Omnibus Survey, 1st Release, 1st July 2021

TIFA Research is pleased to provide the first release of a recent survey on various public issues. This first release focuses on several aspects of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), including the following:• Support for Any Constitutional Changes• Knowledge of the BBI Report contents• Reported Participation in BBI Process• Expressed BBI Referendum Voting Intention and

Findings of a national survey whose focus is the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Referendum

For months now, and notwithstanding the continuing course of the Covid-19 virus pandemic, much of the country’s political landscape has been occupied with the reform proposals that were developed in the aftermath of the reconciliation ‘hand-shake’ between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, and which have been embodied in

2020 Year End Survey: Festive Season Plans and Covid19 Issues

In December 2020, TIFA conducted an end of year poll.   The highlights of the poll are as follows: 2020 is the year of double major crisis i.e. COVID-19 and Loss of Livelihoods Festive Season Spending: Tough times ahead for retail, transport, and associated sectors Covid-19 Vaccine: Significant Hesitancy Levels in Kenya Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptability

Msambweni by-election 2020 survey report

29th November to 1st December 2020 survey that was conducted to assess the potential voting patterns in the Msambweni By-Election. The opinion poll content covers the following; Views about and participation in the 2017 election Political party affiliation Intention to vote in the upcoming By-Election Expressed Candidate of Choice in the By-Election and reasons Knowledge

Covid19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas | Round Three Survey Report: Effectiveness of Prevention Measures, Curfew and Mask Wearing Compliance & Enforcement

This 4th Release of TIFA’s Round Three survey of Nairobi’s low-income earners’ shares their perspectives on Covid-19 prevention measures mask-wearing and curfew enforcement. The key highlights are findings; 41% indicate police force have used force to enforce curfew  in their locality (a decline from 63% in June) 16% reported that they had been in at

Covid19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: Round Three Survey Report: The Virus: Knowledge, Testing, Prevention Measures, Perceived Risk, and Expected Future Impact

This 3rd Release of TIFA’s Round Three survey of Nairobi’s low-income earners shares their perspectives on their awareness and understanding of the virus, including the personal measures they have adopted to prevent infection and their expectations of its future course, particularly in their own neighborhoods. The key highlights are findings; The level of worry about

Covid19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: Personal Economic Status (Income, Employment, and Access to Government Assistance

We would like to share the results of the Round Three Survey on the Social, Economic, and Public Health Impact of Covid-19.  The study was conducted amongst 555 respondents living in Nairobi’s low-income areas (i.e. Huruma, Kibera, Mathare, Korogocho, Mukuru kwa Njenga, Kawangware ) The key highlights of the findings are as follows; 64% are

Round Three Survey on the Social, Economic and Public Health Impact of Covid-19

We would like to share the results of the Round Three Survey on the Social, Economic, and Public Health Impact of Covid-19. The survey findings cover the following themes; Schools re-opening Concerns parents have towards their children contracting Covid-19 upon their return to school Level of concern that parents personally have towards contracting Covid-19 Access

COVID 19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: Assistance

There have been efforts by the private sector, government, and individuals to cushion Kenyans from the impact of Covid-19 (and even more so the low-income earners). Some of the measures include food relief, cash disbursements, donations of soap, sanitizers, and water to mention a few. In this release, TIFA shares findings from a monthly multi-round

Covid-19 Global in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: The Virus: Knowledge, Perceived Risk, Testing and Expected Future Impact

This Round Two Report from TIFA’s monthly multi-round panel survey amongst residents of Nairobi’s low-income areas (i.e Huruma, Kibera, Mathare, Korogocho, Mukuru Kwa Njenga, Kawangware).   The data was collected between 2nd and 15th June 2020 amongst 579 respondents.   This report shares the perspectives of Nairobi’s low-income earners on the following; Knowledge of symptoms and

Covid-19 Global in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: Education, Children Learning and Domestic Violence

On 7th July 2020, CS of Education, Prof George Magoha announced that primary and secondary schools will remain closed until  January 2021, meaning that the entire 2020 academic year will have to be repeated.  Through this email, I would like to share the results that are part of  TIFA’s monthly multi-round panel survey amongst residents

Covid-19 Opinion Poll | Curfew Compliance & Enforcement, Nairobi Area Travel Restrictions

Kenyans are waiting anxiously for President Uhuru’s announcement on the way forward on the curfew and travel restrictions. It is against this background that TIFA conducted a survey targeting Nairobi’s low-income earners. The report covers perceptions towards the following; Curfew Compliance & Enforcement Nairobi Area Travel Restrictions Awareness and Effectiveness of Prevention Measures Download full

Opinion Poll | Covid-19 Stigma & Mental Health Survey

Stigmatization and psychological stress are some of the emerging issues facing Kenyans as a result of Covid-19.  TIFA Research conducted a national survey to assess the extent to which these are facing Kenyans. Here is the link to the report

Social-Economic Impact of Covid-19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas

Today, TIFA Research released a poll on the “Social-Economic Impact of Covid-19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas”. This is Round Two Survey done in Nairobi slums and the findings show things are getting worse for these populations.    The key highlights are high unemployment, loss of income and reduced savings are key challenges for

Round 2 Survey on the COVID 19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas: Opinion on the Nairobi Area Travel Restriction and Curfew

Given the actual and future potential impact of the COVID 19 virus pandemic in Kenya in both public health and socio-economic terms, TIFA launched a multi-round panel survey at the end of April to reveal its impact among residents of Nairobi’s low-income areas ..(Note In a panel survey, the same respondents are interviewed for each Round

Education & Covid-19: What Stakeholders Have to Say With a Focus on Public 8-4-4 Schools

Education stakeholders in Kenya remain skeptical about the safe reopening of schools.  “My Happy Place” together with stakeholders in the education sector; Heads of Private Schools, Kenya Association of International Schools (KAIS), and Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA) have come together to host this Education Webinar Series to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the education sector

Education & Covid-19: What Parents Have to Say

On the 21st of May 2020, My Happy Place together with different stakeholders hosted a webinar to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the education sector. The webinar discussed the delivery, the challenges parents are facing in supervising virtual learning.  Parents and educators from public schools, private schools, and special needs schools were amongst the

The COVID 19 Global Pandemic in Nairobi’s Low-Income Areas:

Health, Socio-Economic and Governance Aspects The experience of affected countries suggests that the incidence and impact of COVID 19 can vary significantly across geographies and over time, with urban areas being the hardest hit both initially and probably in the long term The measures taken to contain COVID 19 in urban areas are expected to

COVID-19: Knowledge & Practice Baseline Survey 25th March 2020 #Covid19PollKe

Contents Awareness of measures GoK against COVID-19 Knowledge of how COVID-19 is spread Knowledge of signs & symptoms of COVID-19 Prevention measures Kenyans have taken against COVID-19 Research Methodology Summary findings Knowledge of how COVID-19 is spread: high awareness of the virus being spread by coughing orsneezing (87% mentions) Low knowledge (32%) of the fact

#YearEndPoll: Kenyans lukewarm about 2019 as most consider a Referendum as the most ideal alternative to decide on the BBI proposals

#YearEndPoll: Kenyans lukewarm about 2019 as most consider a Referendum as the most ideal alternative to decide on the BBI proposals

Year End Poll: Kenyans lukewarm about 2018, high cost of living to blame – #YearEndPoll

Comparing 2018 and 2017, which was a better year? Majority of Kenyans (56%) describe year 2018 as a bad year whilst a significant proportion (43%) describe it as a good year. Findings of this study also show that the high cost of living (58%) was the main challenge faced during the year followed by unemployment

Skills Mismatch Survey – #FKESkillsMismatch

In today’s world, knowledge is considered the engine that drives a country’s economy. Any mismatch in knowledge that graduates possess and markets require would not make the economy more effective. In Kenya, there has been an increased trend in skill mismatch among employees in the Labour market. According to the 2010/2011 National Manpower Survey Basic

Citizens Score Card for Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu County Governments – #CountyScoreCard

We have released an new opinion poll on the following; Citizens Score Card for Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu County Governments A rating of the county governments’ performance in service delivery County residents perception of specific initiatives in the counties Women in political leadership Awareness of their women representatives mandate and approval ratings Awareness and support

County Polls November 2018: Nairobi, Kisumu, Mombasa and Kiambu County

The objectives of this study were as follows; •To assess the performance of the county governments. •To establish awareness and approval of various programs in target counties. •To establish awareness and approval of the 2/3rd gender rule •To establish awareness and approval of the women representative position. •To establish approval of the proposed referendum. Click

Zimbabwe’s Presidential Opinion Poll #ZimbabweOpinionPoll

TIFA Research conducted a national opinion poll on the Presidential Elections in Zimbabwe 🇿🇼. The data collection was done from 30th May to 4th June 2018 and the opinion poll covered the following: 🎯 Intention to vote 🎯 Political party support 🎯 Presidential candidate popularity 🎯 Trust in Zimbabwe’s Electoral Commission Here is the full

County Score Card Report #CountyScoreCard

TIFA Research commissioned, conducted and released the #CountyScoreCard findings which covered the following: Citizens’ Score Card for Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu County Governments The county governments’ performance in the delivery of key devolved services The Big Four Agenda The uptake of NHIF and the current household food security status Click on the link for the

#NewYearPoll: Kenyans’ Expectations for 2018

Survey: Majority of Kenyans Optimistic About 2018 3rd January 2018, Nairobi, Kenya….…Majority of Kenyans (64%) are optimistic that 2018 will be a better year than 2017.  However, there is a significant number of Kenyans (17%) who are not sure about what the year holds in store and are adopting ‘a wait and see’ attitude.  Another

#YearEndPoll: 2017 Was a Bad Year for Kenyans

28th December 2017, Nairobi Kenya…In 2017, Kenyans experienced a number of challenges ranging from political unrest, slow economic growth, job layoffs, inflation to high cost of living. It is against this background that a new survey conducted by TIFA Research tried to find out how Kenyans felt about the just ending 2017. The Year End

Wavinya Ndeti Battles It Out With Alfred Mutua In Machakos

Top contenders in the Machakos Gubernatorial Race Alfred Mutua with 59% and Wavinya with 35% #TIFAPollsKe #TIFACountyPolls See the full presentation Machakos County Opinion Poll 31st Juy 2017  

The Meru County Gubernatorial Battle is Now Determined

The Meru County People have decided in the upcoming Gubernatorial Battle.. It is indeed a two horse race. #TIFAPollsKe #TIFACountyPolls Here is the full report Meru County Opinion Poll 31st July 2017

The Mombasa Gubernatorial Race

@HassanAliJoho is ahead of the pack in the Mombasa Gubernatorial Race #TifaCountypollls #Tifapollske  Follow the link for the full report Mombasa County Opinion Poll 31st July 2017

Kirinyaga Political Opinion Poll 20th July 2017

The Kirinyaga County Political Opinion poll results focused on the following; Support levels for aspirants for Kirinyaga Gubernatorial, Senatorial and Women Representative Seats. TIFA_Kirinyaga County Opinion Poll_July 2017 20.09.2017

Kilifi County Political Polls 20th July 2017

The Kilifi County Political Opinion poll results focused on the following; Support levels for aspirants for Kilifi Gubernatorial, Senatorial and Women Representative Seats. TIFA_Kilifi County Opinion Poll 20.09.2017

Nairobi County Opinion Polls 20TH July 2017

The Nairobi County Political Opinion poll results focused on the following; Support levels for aspirants for Nairobi Gubernatorial, Senatorial and Women Representative Seats. TIFA_Nairobi County Opinion Poll 20.07.2017

Nairobi County Opinion Polls_6th July 2017

The aim of the study was to establish the following; Political party preference; Most popular Gubernatorial Candidate; Most popular Senatorial Candidate and; Most popular Woman Representative Candidate. Follow the link for the full report Nairobi County Opinion Poll Report_06.07.2017

TIFA County Polls #TIFAPolls

The counties covered in our surveys include; Nairobi, Mombasa, Kiambu, Machakos, Kisumu, Kisii, Embu, Bomet, Muranga, Nandi and Siaya. The objectives of the county public opinion poll were as follows; To assess the political party affiliation in each county. To identify the most popular candidates in each county for the following seats; Governor; Senator and;

Mombasa, Kiambu and Machakos County Polls 21st March 2017 #TIFAPolls

TIFA RESEARCH Mombasa, Kiambu and Machakos County Polls The objectives of the county public opinion poll were as follows; To assess the political party affiliation in each county. To identify the most popular candidates in each county for the following seats; Governor; Senator and; Women Representative. Click on this link for the full report.

Bomet, Muranga, Nandi and Siaya opinion poll.

The objectives of the county public opinion poll surveys were as follows; To assess the political party affiliation in each county. To identify the most popular candidates in each county for the following seats; Governor; Senator and; Women Representative. Follow the link for the full report Here

Front runners for the Governor seat in Nairobi, Machakos and Kiambu.

With about 12 months to the next general election, the latest findings of TIFA Research show that Governor Evans Kidero, Alfred Mutua and Ferdinand Waititu are the front runners as the candidates for the Governor seat in Nairobi, Machakos and Kiambu. Click here for the full report Nairobi County Report Machakos County Report Kiambu County Report

TIFA got it right in the Malindi by-election

Just as predicted by TIFA Malindi opinion poll, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) candidate William Baraka Mtengo won the  Malindi Parliamentary seat  followed by Jubilee’s Philip Charo. Mtengo garnered 15,582 votes which is (58.0%) against Charo’s 9,243 (34.4% of the total votes. This has proven that Political Opinion Poll can is a trusted source of gauging  political

Malindi Constituency MP Candidate & Political Party Preference Opinion Polls Results

As Malindi By-Elections draws closer TIFA Research Unveils the preferred MP candidate in the by-elections and seeks to find out which political party has the highest support in the Constituency. Click here to Download >>>TIFA Research_Malindi Constituency Opinion Poll_Press Release_02.03.2016

Malindi Member of Parliament Candidates and Political Party Preference

We would like to inform you that TIFA Research will be releasing a political opinion poll on Malindi Member of Parliament and Political Party preference.  The poll results will be emailed to all newsrooms tomorrow 02.03.2016 by 08.45am. The poll was conducted by TIFA Research Ltd between 26st February and 27rd February 2016.   The poll covered

Nairobi County Poll: Governor Seat is a Two Horse Race with Room for Third Horse

As IEBC commenced the voters’ registration process, the Nairobi Gubernatorial seat will be a tight contest between Evans Kidero and Mbuvi Sonko with each having 28% support respectively. Notably, 24% of Nairobians are still undecided and this means that the landscape is open for a third horse. This is according to a poll conducted by

Nairobi County Governor and Senator Opinion Poll Release

I would like to inform you that TIFA Research will be releasing a political opinion poll on Nairobi Governor, Senator and Women Representative Seats.  The poll results will be emailed to all newsrooms tomorrow 18.02.2016 by 9am. The poll was conducted by TIFA Research Ltd between 31st  January and 3rd February 2016.   The poll covered

Nairobian’s Valentine’s Day Spending Patterns Unveiled

Valentine’s Day is the day that we show appreciation to our loved ones and it is the norm to give chocolate, flowers, cards and other gifts. With the lovers’ celebration day a few days away, a new survey has revealed interesting insights on Nairobians planned activities and expenditure. The survey conducted between 30th January to