THE ULTIMATE SRC POLL IN GHANA ON HYPEGH ELECTION TOWER
Months ago, the journey to Glory to KNUST SRC Presidency started with many aspirants. However, in the process, many dropped out, some were found to be ineligible and others too merged to boost their momentum to Glory. It is said that predictions are mostly false but HypeGH polls conducted for 2018/2019,2019/2020 and preceding ones saw Master Kelvin Sah, du Baah Charles as winners of The Knust src presidential election respectively.
2018/2019 Official Poll Result
Why HypeGH Election Tower polls
Over the years we realized that the interest of students in SRC elections was not so encouraging and seemed to have its concentration on on-campus residents as the off-campus residents didn’t show much interest. In our bid to put that desire on the ascendancy, we brought about these polls to show the stance of the political climate. Who was winning? And who was losing?.
This gradually raised the interest of more students and as we can see this year, a lot more people are participating in the elections. These polls also give aspirants a top head view of what is going on and their chances. It helps them to restrategize and boost their campaign when needed. It also enables the data to work on their strongholds and weak points and the need to better them
How we conducted the polls
An unbiased committee was set up to visit every traditional hall and hostel on campus with opinion poll sheets for residents to fill and also, to make it more transparent in merit to residents off-campus, online polls were conducted both on Twitter and www.hypeghnewsroom.com to facilitate the authenticity and reliability of results.
Last year’s election
This year’s election
From collated results of various polls for the Src President portfolio;
APPIAH SELASSIE JAKE-7.38%
BRIGHT AMPOFO – 9.34%
SAMUEL SESAH – 83.22%
One thing is certain; That polls conducted by HypeGH Election Tower strictly doesn’t favour any aspirant and is not a medium to aid any aspirant in his political ambition but to satisfy the eagerness of the populace in knowing their probable SRC executives.