Minister questions integrity of UMcedel surveys


PETALING JAYA: The legitimacy of Universiti Malaya’s Centre for Democracy and Elections’ (UMcedel) surveys is being questioned by Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic).

“UMcedel surveys sometimes touch on subjective political issues. Way beyond the normal academic scope. Political surveys do have biasness,” tweeted the Kota Belud MP, Monday.

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