In Jamaica: Holness for captain

18 November 2011

More than 20% of voting population undecided…these may be swayed by upcoming national leadership debate.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has an eight percentage point lead over Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller as the person Jamaicans believe would do a better job of leading the Government at this time.

But with 22 per cent of Jamaicans undecided about which of the two leaders would do the better job, a mouth-watering contest is in the making as the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and the People’s National Party (PNP) attempt to sell the virtues of their respective leaders in the run-up to the next general election.

The expected national leadership debate, if it can be agreed, could also be pivotal in helping the undecided to come to a position.


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