Sarawak Good Governance Public Opinion Survey 2015
Highlight of Survey Findings


BANGI, 28 Aug 2015 – In April 2015, the Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) commissioned Merdeka Center to undertake a small opinion poll among Sarawak voters and ask them about their views on corruption and assessment of the state leadership. The following are highlights from the survey findings:

Current Socio-Political Context The Sarawak public is split about the direction of the state

• Many are concerned over rising costs and the GST but at the same time continue to feel

Cost of Living and the Economy is top concern of voters

• Introduction of the GST has heightened concerns over the state of the economy and confident due to the visible development activities prevalent in the state financial security of the public. Corruption is on immediate top of mind concern for voters

Government Action : Fight Corruption

• Despite other issues, Sarawakians see corruption as a problem that the government needs to tackle first along with job creation and expansion of public infrastructure

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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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