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BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,3RD JAN,2018-A survey conducted by Research firm TIFA shows 64% of Kenyans are confidence that 2018 will be a better year compared to 2017 .
17% of those interviewed said they were not sure about future prospects and will wait and see how all things turns out.The survey which was conducted between 12th– 16th December 2017 involved 1005 people.
Majority of Kenyans also hope that the year 2018 will provide an opportunity for a more united, and cohesive country after the elections conducted last year that saw the country divided on political basis.
TIFA CEO Maggy Ireri who was speaking during the release of the poll results says more than 75% of Jubilee supporters feel that this year will be better than 2017 with less than 50% of Nasa Supporters in agreement.