Mahalapye East MP Botlogile Tshireletso proved to be slightly more popular than her counterparts.
She got 35% of the popular vote in the Voice opinion poll this week followed by BCP’s Ernest Nthobelang with 33%.
UDC’s Harry Mothei managed only 32% of the popular vote.
In Kgalagadi South MP John Toto is the chosen one.
He garnered 37% of the popular vote followed by BCP’s Richard White with 33% of the vote.
BDP’s Van Der Westhuizen came third with 30% of the popular vote.
In presidential opinion poll, Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) president Duma Boko continues to be the people’s president.
For the tenth week Boko has remained at the top. This week he garnered 52% of the poll.
BCP President Dumelang Saleshando also maintained the second spot with 27% of the popular vote.
President Ian Khama trailed behind again with 17% of the popular vote. 4% of the votes were spoiled.
In overall constituencies UDC continued to lead other parties in the poll.
This week UDC was voted by 43% of the popular vote followed by BCP with 31% of the popular vote.
BDP for the tenth week trailed behind with 23% of the popular vote. Only 3% of the votes were spoiled.