Despite brickbats, many will still vote for Pakatan, says poll

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  • Thursday, 09 May 2019

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): KajiData Research’s latest public opinion poll on Pakatan Harapan's popularity as it celebrates its first anniversary in power shows that it is still deemed the most viable coalition to rule the country compared with its predecessor Barisan Nasional.

The telephone survey involving 1007 respondents from different races, income, ages, states and gender found 40% of Malaysian voters still preferred Pakatan despite of the decline in its popularity, compared with Barisan (15%) and PAS (16 ).

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