Majority of Malay voters do not support Sept 16th Rally


BANGI, 15 Sept 2015 – A survey carried out between 10th and noon on 15th September 2015 among Malay voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that a majority, 53% were not in favor of the upcoming Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu or “Red Shirt” rally to be held on September 16 in Kuala Lumpur.

The survey found that only 24% of the respondents supported the Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu rally while 53% of the respondents did not support and 22% were not sure. The survey found that supporters of the rally were distinguished along gender, urban-rural as well as socio-economic lines.

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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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