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WINNER: Dr Hubona

WINNER: Dr Hubona

Botswana Congress Party (BCP) has of late become the party of choice for The Voice readers.

In a survey conducted by this publication through sms voting BCP has over the past weeks improved its ratings.

For instance In Gabane-Mmakgodi Mzambia Dibe pulled a surprise by trouncing the most talked about UDC candidate Major General Pius Mokgware and BDP candidate Lesedi Mmusi.

Mzambia got 57% of the popular vote, Mmusi got 26% leaving Mokgware with only 17% of the popular vote.

In Francistown West Dr Habaudi Hobona emerged the victor with 41% of the popular vote.

She was followed by BDP’s Ignatius Moswaane with 38% of the votes.

WINNER: Dibe

WINNER: Dibe

UDC’s Shathiso Tambula became a distant third with 21% of the popular vote.

In overall constituencies Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) still leads although with a reduced margin from last week’s 39% to this week 37% of the vote.

ON TOP: Duma Boko

ON TOP: Duma Boko

BCP became the second most popular with 34% of the popular vote a slight increase of 1%.

BDP also increased its popularity by 1% to this week’s 26%.

In presidential poll UDC’s Duma Boko maintains the lead with 47 % of the popular vote less 2% from last week’s poll.

BCP’s Dumelang Saleshando’s popularity increased by a 1% of the popular vote to this week’s 29%.

BDP’s President Ian Khama’s popularity is also gaining momentum as he is now sitting at 20% of the popular vote an increase of 1%.

RISING STAR: Ian Khama

RISING STAR: Ian Khama


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3 Responses to “BCP’S GROWTH IN POPULARITY SLOW BUT SURE”

  1. Tgirl 2014/06/09

    Heelang, lona the Voice lo dia batho go campaigna. ba tloga ba ipolelela gore ba a ratiwa ba bo ba repisa ipapatso. Tlhopho ga e dirwe online, batho ba ba tlhophang online ke ba ba nnang ba bolawa ke bodutu ba bo ba dira online voting. Ask them to produce registration cards, o ya go fitlhela mo go bone go ikwadisitse 1/100!

  2. jotjomperi 2014/06/10

    I wonder how they verify that the voters are from that constituencies when they vote for parliamentarians. Presidential ones are national at least. I also think that the same people vote all the time, thats why the percentages are almost the same all the time. Please show in numbers how many people vote…

  3. diferekeke 2014/06/13

    O waii kego tsamaisa nako hela..bontsi ja beng ba tlhopo Leha basha ba tlhopa ka bontsi malatsi..ga ba itse gore o bua ka ha otse ore ONLINE..ONLINE..

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