Results released in Monrovia have favored Boakai at 33.81% over CDC's George Weah trails second at 21.1%, followed by Liberty Party's Charles Brumskine at 12.45%.
In the three polls conducted by LHC over the last three months, Boakai has maintained a lead in the same order, though the percentage keeps shifting from time to time. Though leading, Boakai dropped in percentage points from 36.36%, while Weah rose from 18.38 to 21.1%.
According to the LHC, the poll was conducted from 22 July to August 5, and utilized 763 respondents across 42 centers in all 15 counties.
In addition to leading the final tally, VP Boakai was the lead candidate in nine counties, including his native Lofa and Margibi, which is the home county of his running mate House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay.
In second position, Montserrado Senator George Weah also leads perceptions in Montserrado, River Gee and Grand Cape Mount Counties, while tied with Vice President Boakai in Grand Gedeh.
Liberty Party's Charles Brumskine is ahead of candidates in Grand Bassa and Rivercess Counties.
Among other things, 435 respondents cited corruption as the single most factor that hampers the effectiveness of the government.
Respondents also proposed that any new government must prioritize education, the provision of roads and job, agriculture productivity, as well as health care and economic development in driving Liberia forward.
Meanwhile, the report has revealed a constant trend of undecided voters across Liberia. This was reflected by 13.63% of respondents not knowing which candidate to vote for.
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