The MMD has rejected and denounced opinion poll results released by the Center for Policy Dialogue on the possible outcome of parliamentary and presidential elections if they were to be held today.
MMD National Secretary Richard Kachingwe says the opinion poll should be dismissed because it lacks credibility.
Major Kachingwe told ZNBC News in Lusaka on Thursday that the out come of this year’s elections will be based on performance record as opposed to biased opinion polls.
He says similar opinion polls by Stedman Group proved misleading after the 2008 presidential elections.
Major Kachingwe says although people have the right to hold their own opinions, the MMD will not relent in its efforts to retain power after this year’s tripartite elections.
He urged MMD members to remain alert and steadfast in the run up to this year’s tripartite elections.
Major Kachingwe however says only credible opinion polls should save as political wake up calls for all political parties.