1 in 2 Malaysians surveyed in favour of anti-party hopping laws


A survey of 1,109 respondents by The Centre for Governance and Political Studies has revealed that 43% of the people feel a party-hopping MP should not be allowed to contest in future elections while 34% said the MP should immediately lose his seat. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 10, 2021.

ONE in two Malaysians are in favour of anti-party hopping laws, a survey conducted by The Centre for Governance and Political Studies (CENT-GPS) revealed.

About 50% of the 1,109 respondents in the nationwide survey said Malaysia should implement anti-party hopping laws. As many as 37% were unsure while the
remaining 12% was not in favour of such laws.


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