The latest poll by Global Info Analytics has revealed that 76% of Ghanaians believe the country is headed in the wrong direction compared to 16% who believe it is headed in the right direction, according to a new poll by Global Info Analytics.
The latest results from the poll represent significant deterioration compared to an April 2022 poll when 67% thought it was headed in the wrong direction compared to 26%.
Per the results, only 23% of the respondents approve of the way he is performing his job as president with 72% disapproving of his performance (net favorability rating of negative 49% (April 2022, negative 40%).
Voters by 69% to 30% opposed the use of state funds to build the national cathedral.
The biggest opposition to the move comes from Christians who oppose it with 72% compared to 65% of Muslims. On whether the government should proceed with the Agyapa deal, 68% of voters oppose the transaction whilst 24% support it.
On party affiliations to the opposition, 58% of NPP supporters oppose it, whilst 79% of NDC supporters oppose it with floating voters being 71%.
On the question of whether a commission of enquiry should be set up to investigate allegations of state capture following the controversy surrounding the Will of the late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, AKA Sir John, 69% of voters support this call whilst 22% oppose it and 10% have no opinion.
The poll by Global Info Analytics used a sample size of 5,490 with a margin of error of ±1.737%.