Its header reads: “Ipsos survey ranking on Machakos county senatorial seat”.
The graphic ranks Agnes Kavindu of Wiper Party the most popular candidate, with 62%. She is followed by John Mutua Katuku of Maendeleo Chap Chap Party with 19%, Ulbanus Ngengele of the United Democratic Alliance with 11%, while “others” have 8%.
But did an Ipsos poll produce these numbers? We checked.
‘Source of data unknown’
The agency usually releases its findings to the media, but no such survey has yet been reported.
“The source of this data is unknown to Ipsos,” text in the stamp reads.
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