More willing to vote independent in GE15, survey finds


Chan Kok Leong

Indians and Chinese are more willing than Malays to vote for an independent party, says think-tank Emir Research. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, December 12, 2019.

MORE than 17% of Malaysians polled by Emir Research said they will vote for an independent party in the next general election.

The think-tank also found that the propensity to choose a third force is higher among young voters.


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  • At this moment most people are hoping for a third force. The current two dont seem viable and worthy anymore. Maybe a third force will make them less complacent.

    Posted 5 months ago by Elyse Gim

  • Voting for independents is same as casting a spoilt vote or a protest vote.

    Posted 5 months ago by Tanahair Ku