Despite crisis, Pakatan retains upper hand in Selangor

 

BANGI, 22 August 2014 – A survey among voters across Selangor found that a majority of voters continue to support Pakatan Rakyat despite the protracted leadership crisis gripping the state’s Menteri Besar position. 57% of Selangor voters say they would still give Pakatan Rakyat “the chance to govern the state again” if elections were held soon. Only 29% of voters said they would not give the coalition a chance while 15% were uncertain.

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