In a recent survey released in July 2022 by Global InfoAnalytics, John Mahama of the opposition National Democratic Congress was shown to be significantly ahead in his bid to govern the nation once more in 2025.
In a fictitious election, John Mahama is currently ahead of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia of the New Patriotic Party; 58% and 31% respectively, (27 percent margin) if elections were held today, an additional 11% would rather cast their ballot for a different candidate in 2024.
In a different hypothetical contest, Hon. Alan Kyeremanten, the Trade and Industry Minister and another front-runner for the NPP, is trailed by John Mahama 61 percent to 30 percent (a 31 percent margin) and a third party, which stands on 9 percent.
Hon. Alan Kyeremanten’s loss to Dr. Bawumia in the July polls was caused by the collapse of NPP support in the Northern region if Bawumia wasn’t the candidate. Mahama, who fell short of Bawumia in the Northern by a margin of 88 percent to 9 percent, outperformed Alan Kyeremanten by a margin of 87 percent to 12 percent.