Pollsters in Kenya say they have been mobbed, robbed and accused of witchcraft

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Latest poll data shows the Kenyan presidential race may go to an unprecedented second round. The polling, which IPSOS says adheres to international standards of fairness and accuracy, has caused a storm of anger and threats against the company on social media. Pascale Davies reports.

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