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.
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.
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%.