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Polls: Who Leads The Youth Of NPP In 2016?


It is estimated that over 10% of the voter population in Ghana is on Facebook, and out of this percentage, nearly 85% are people between the ages of 18 and 40. In other words, a significant percentage of the Ghanaian youth are on Facebook.

In the last presidential campaign, social media played a key role in how the NPP reached the 10% voter population on Facebook. In 2016, it is expected that the numbers would have increased and it will take a leader who understands the impact of social media to use same for his/her campaign.

Social media and particularly Facebook is very relevant to the ongoing youth organizer race in the NPP. It is interesting to note that all the candidates for the youth organizer position are on Facebook and are hardly campaign. These polls seek to find out who the online community to prefer as the next NPP Youth Organizer. The Future Is Now is very much interested in the outcome of these polls and so are its readers.

Share your opinion here: Who Leads The Youth Of NPP In 2016?

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Polls: Who would be the next General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party


Who would be the next General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party?
Vote here…
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Polls: Reviewing Mahama’s First Year


As the year draws to a close we have decided to run a few polls to find out how Ghanaians view the first year of President Mahama and his administration. There are three questions in these polls and we encourage you to vote on each poll. After voting, we encourage you to share the polls with others so that they can also vote. Polls close at midday on 31 December 2013.

1. What kind of government is the Mahama Administration? Vote here…

2. Which of the following campaign promises has the Mahama Administration delivered in its first year? Vote here…

3. How satisfied are you with the Mahama administration? Vote here…

We thank you for participating.

Poll: Who Is Currently The Most Hated Ghanaian?


Poll: Have Kennedy Agyepong’s comments damaged the NPP’s chances in the 2012 Elections?


What do you think of the 2011 National Budget Statement?


Feel free to add your comments to your vote.

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