Majority of voters lack awareness and comprehension of 1MDB controversy


BANGI, 17 Apr 2015 –A survey carried as a collaboration between BFM Radio and the Merdeka Center among voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that a very large majority (69%) of voters were not fully aware what the 1MDB controversy was all about. The survey found vast majorities of low income voters, who made the majority of voters and those who had no internet access reported lacking awareness about the issue.

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BANGI, 5 May 2015 - It has come to our attention that a survey result purportedly related to the by-election in Rompin was circulated. We wish to inform everyone that Merdeka Center did not carry out a survey for the Rompin by-election at any point in time.



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