About us
News Category

Malaysians in Singapore on a dash across strait hoping to sway vote
09-May-2018, reuters.com
(Reuters) - Many of the half a million Malaysians living and working in Singapore crossed the strait into their homeland late on Tuesday to cast their votes in Wednesday’s national election, packing a busy causeway in a chaotic but at times festive mood. More...

Malaysia election: Pollster Merdeka Center expects BN to win poll, but not popular vote
08-May-2018, straitstimes.com
KUALA LUMPUR - As campaigning for Malaysia's election drew to a close, pollster Merdeka Center predicted on Tuesday (May 8) evening that ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN) would be returned to power by retaining the support of Malay voters, yet possibly lose the majority vote. This would leave it in the same position as it was after the previous election. More...

Merdeka Center survey shows BN losing ground but retaining power
08-May-2018, freemalaysiatoday.com
KUALA LUMPUR: A survey by independent polling firm Merdeka Center shows Prime Minister Najib Razak’s ruling coalition losing ground in Peninsular Malaysia, although it could still win the election tomorrow. More...

Malaysia elections: Here are the results forecasters are predicting and why
08-May-2018, cnbc.com
Amid a fierce political contest, Malaysia will be holding both federal Parliament and state assembly elections on Wednesday. More...

Ruling coalition likely to win Malaysian election, says survey
08-May-2018, nikkei.com
KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia's ruling coalition is expected to win when the country goes to the polls on Wednesday, despite uncertainty over the outcome of nearly one-fifth of seats, according to the latest survey by the Merdeka Center for Opinion Research. More...

BN poised to retain power despite popular vote decline – research group
08-May-2018, theborneopost.com
KUCHING: The Barisan Nasional (BN) is poised to retain power despite popular vote decline, said independent research group Merdeka Center. More...

Survey: BN leads GE14 race... but many seats too close to call
08-May-2018, sg.news.yahoo.com
KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 — With GE14 less than 24 hours away, Merdeka Center today predicted that Barisan Nasional (BN) is leading the Pakatan Harapan (PH) pact by 17 seats, but with 37 federal parliamentary seats still too close to call. More...

 

 

 

 

 

Malaysia elections: Tainted PM battles waning support
08-May-2018, blouinnews.com
The Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, who was certain to win the upcoming elections, not long ago, faces a reversal of fortunes amid waning public support in the wake of the huge 1MDB scandal involving state fund. More...

NEWS RELEASE 08 MAY 2018:BN poised to retain power despite popular vote decline. More...

Harapan nearing threshold to take Johor - Merdeka Centre
02-May-2018, malaysiakini.com
GE14 | Merdeka Centre executive director Ibrahim Suffian today said that preliminary surveys showed that Pakatan Harapan was getting closer to the threshold needed to capture the state of Johor in the coming 14th general election. More...

Malaysia PM likely to win election but opposition could win popular vote: survey
02-May-2018, reuters.com
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - With just a week to go to a general election, Malaysia’s main opposition bloc is making gains and will likely win the popular vote, but Prime Minister Najib Razak is expected to retain power, according to a survey by pollster Merdeka Center. More...

Survey: Pakatan gaining more Malay votes, almost at threshold to win Johor
02-May-2018, The Malay Mail
KUALA LUMPUR, May 2 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) has moved nearer towards reaching the threshold needed to win Johor in the election, according to independent pollster Merdeka Center’s preliminary survey. More...

Malay support swung from PAS to PKR after Nomination Day, survey finds
29-Apr-2018, The Malay Mail
KUALA LUMPUR, May 2 — A survey has revealed that Malay support has swung from Islamist party PAS to Pakatan Harapan’s PKR after Nomination Day, making the party the second-most preferred by the majority after Barisan Nasional (BN). More...

Malay waves, not tsunami
29-Apr-2018, thestar.com.my
THERE is dissatisfaction among Malay voters, especially those living in urban constituencies in the Klang Valley, where griping about the high cost of living and corruption is a preoccupation. More...

NEWS RELEASE 28 APR 2018:Malaysia General Elctions XIV Outlook Prospects and Outcome. More...

BN to prevail in Malaysia elections despite swing in Malay vote: Survey
27-Apr-2018, straitstimes.com
Ruling coalition Barisan Nasional will prevail in Malaysia's upcoming general election despite growing Malay sentiment against it, pollster Merdeka Center revealed in its latest survey... More...

 

 
       
 
     

 

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