PM’s approval rating dropped to 48% in June 2014

 

BANGI, 24 July 2014:  A survey carried among voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that the Prime Minister’s approval rating declined slightly to 48% in June 2014 compared to 50% in April 2014. Correspondingly, those who expressed dissatisfaction increased from 43% to 45% over the same period. 

The survey was carried out by the Merdeka Center for Opinion Research between 9th and 17th June 2014 – well before the MH17 tragedy. 

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