Sixty-three percent (63%) of Ghanaians polled in a new report released by Global InfolAnalytics believe Ghana is headed in the wrong direction under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
According to the survey, only 26% believe it is on the right track.
However, 11% of respondents have no opinion on where the country is heading.
On the president’s performance, the poll now shows that 34% of voters approve of his job performance, 60% disapprove, and 6% have no opinion.
The polls had a sample size of 6,111 people, and 30 percent of constituencies from each region were chosen at random and allocated the regional quota based on the total number of voters in those constituencies.
On the state of voters’ standard of living in the last twelve months, the poll shows that 20% said it had improved, 45% said it had worsened, 29% said it had not changed and 6% did not have an opinion.
On whether voters share the view that the 1992 constitution addresses our needs and challenges as a country, only 28% shared that view, 50% did not share that view and 22% did not have an opinion.
Further, when voters who disagreed were asked whether the constitution should be amended, 63% said “Yes”, 19% said “No” and 18% did not have an opinion.