DPP dispute Malawi opinion poll results: ‘Mutharika will win’

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has dismissed opinion polls done by  Zomba-based Institute of (Ipor) between April 25 and June 3, saying they were concocted.

Dausi: DPP is winning again

DPP spokesperson Nicholas Dausi  said the results of the survey  are meant to portray a false sense of popularity for Tonse Alliance candidate Lazarus Chakwera and his running mate Saulos Chilima..

He described it as “a fake psychological warfare”.

Dausi said going by the real situation on the groundPresident Peter Mutharika and his  running mate Atupele Muluzi of the DPP-UDF alliance are heading to a resounding victory.

“The DPP and UDF alliance has all the numbers to win with a landslide. We will meet on the ground and those people will be put to shame. The question of losing does not arise at all, at all, mark my words,” said Dausi.

“No person in the world was sworn to be President after winning opinion polls. A Presidet is voted into power through a ballot,” said Dausi.

“The opposition can enjoy the fantasy of winning opinion polls but they won’t win the ballot, never,” he added.

Ipor conducted the survey with funding from The Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa (Osisa).

The pollster is a research organisation established in 2013 and provides social science research, advisory and consulting services to clients who include local and international universities, local non-governmental organisations and international research firms.

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ERUTU
ERUTU
1 year ago

6 days to go 🇲🇼🤣

M Cheka Chilenje
M Cheka Chilenje
1 year ago

Dausi sambano kkkkkk. Let’s hope waba zambiri Mr. Dausi, apo biiii njinga ija uifunanso in the next 5yrs from now.

James Banda
James Banda
1 year ago

it only an idiot who can believe what Dausi is saying.

KINANASI 1
1 year ago

The truth is that DPP is headed for LANDSLIDE HUMILIATION kkkkk

Guest
Guest
1 year ago

It’s free to argue for the truth, but your argument won’t change the fact.

chataika
chataika
1 year ago

I agree with you Dausi the survey does not potray a true picture bcoz MCP/UTM is losing its members daily to DPP/UDF alliance some through rallies while some secretly we have the proof that many who were behind UTM are now going back to their former party dpp so do not cheat malawians. Wait pa 23 june pano its when you will believe it

Cusper
Cusper
1 year ago

The opinion poll is saying MCP Alliance will win with 51%. After kuphatikizani you can only reach that far. Kkkkk!!!!! Deduct 5% from that number because others were just excited that’s why they said they will vote for the alliance. So that leaves you with 46%. The rest is for DPP Alliance. All those UTM supporters who do not want mediocre MCP to ever rule this country. Magwa nayo ndi ka MCP Alliance kanuko. Too much excitement for nothing. Ma judges samayika president pa mpando. Neither are the town folks. The village forks do. They will never vote for MCP… Read more »

Fake Petros
1 year ago
Reply to  Cusper

One fascinating thing about our minds is that one can be able to fool ourself through fantasies, hallucinations, illusions. But the reality remains the same. That’s why some people do masturbate. DPP morons still believe they can their close eyes (like a scared child) and when they open reality will change. They have been doing that since the nullification petition.

Gee
Gee
1 year ago

Koditu nkhanga zinaona, palibe kubera ulendo uno, muona nyenkhwe

Gee
Gee
1 year ago

🤣🤣😂🤣 Deep English Dausi imeneyo? Kuphunzira kuposa porofesa?

Frustrated with DPP
Frustrated with DPP
1 year ago

Malawi WILL NOT END if a NEW Government is Elected, DEVELOPMENT WILL CONTINUE in fact it likely will improve if the NEW Government eliminates the DPP Corruption. A NEW Government WILL Welcome Donors and open the doors to NEW Investment to Create Jobs.

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