PM's approval rating at 48%

 

BANGI, 30 Oct 2014 – A survey carried out between 11th and 26th  October 2014 found that 48% of Peninsular Malaysia voters approved of the Prime Minister’s handling of his job. This figure reflects a decrease from the 54% approval rating recorded in an earlier survey carried out by Merdeka Center in late August 2014. In our view, the reduction in the approval rating figures was likely tied to the fuel subsidy reduction measure on 2nd October 2014. 

Download News Release

Download Full Report

apology

Read the full news here


ENUMERATORS NEEDED!
We are currently looking for part-time enumerators to assist us in research projects.

• SPM or equivalent; undergraduates
• Able to speak in different dialects (Malay dialects, Cantonese, Hokkien, Tamil etc.)
• Age ranging 18 to 30 years old

Please contact:
Tel: 03-8210 1499 (Syieda/Maryam/Yet Leong)
Email: info@merdeka.org


Our current polls available for download. For more of our opinion poll reports please click Poll Report.

Despite crisis, Pakatan retains upper hand in Selangor

 
PM’s approval rating dropped to 48% in June 2014
 
Majority believe Malaysia not ready for hudud
 
 

 
GE13 Election Watch Report



 

© 2007 Merdeka Center. All rights reserved
Best viewed with 1024 x 768 pixels using Mozilla Browser