Do Malaysians really hate Najib? Study says 'Yes'


Zulkifli Sulong

The Chinese community's hatred for Najib Razak hurt Barisan Nasional component parties MCA and Gerakan badly. – EPA pic, June 23, 2018.

JUST before 11pm on May 9, when it was crystal clear that Barisan Nasional had lost badly, Najib Razak wondered aloud if Malaysians really disliked him that much.

The answer to that question is a resounding “yes”.


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  • NO ONE IS GOING TO POINT OUT NAJIB AND CHUA SOI LEK IS WRONG? CHINESE CAN CHANGE THE GOVT?? THERE IS A LESSON HERE TO POLICITIAN - DO NOT BE AN ASSHOLE..

    Posted 3 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • On a related point, it must not ever (for now only) be forgotten that Tun Dr. Mahathir also famously opined that many Malaysians are "uneducated", or "kurang ajar", meaning that we too have to pull up our socks and correct our behaviour & other shortcomings. This will take some time, and will be greatly helped by the "feel good" feeling of euphoria that permeated the air after Pakatan's victory in GE14, giving hope to many people. Like OBESITY it will take time to get rid of this un-Malaysian-like situation which Malaysia did not have in days gone by. HIDUP MALAYSIA!..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA

  • (From the text above) Pakatan won the election becos' TDMahathir entered the fray to give his name, history & effectively marshal the "disparate"(?) opposition like Anwar began doing pre-2008 to 1st give them Selangor and Penang, etc. Books will be written on this epoch-making scenario, and beyond..

    Posted 3 years ago by MELVILLE JAYATHISSA

  • I would suggest that the incoming EC Chief look into a delineation exercise as there had been gerrymandering by the previous administration, at the same time ensure that such racial statistics are absent, constituency and electorate based on number of Malaysian voters??

    Posted 3 years ago by Quek Jui Leng

  • Does Malay vote really reflect the values of the Party voted for ,regardless of corruption and excesses that was crippling the Nation? Or is the analysis
    of voting supercial and does not
    address the real support after
    normalizing for peer pressure arising from being Government and Government linked Corporation
    employees ? Tun M factor was the absolute tipping point for the change of Government without any doubt, in the minds of all races. What is being revealed about the extent of damage to the economy is now awakening all thinking persons regardless of race to choose integrity of Governance as the number one priority for Malaysians .

    Posted 3 years ago by Kukananthan Gnanamoorthy

  • Does Malay vote really reflect the values of the Party voted for ,regardless of corruption and excesses that was crippling the Nation? Or is the analysis
    of voting supercial and does not
    address the real support after
    normalizing for peer pressure arising from being Government and Government linked Corporation
    employees ? Tun M factor was the absolute tipping point for the change of Government without any doubt, in the minds of all races. What is being revealed about the extent of damage to the economy is now awakening all thinking persons regardless of race to choose integrity of Governance as the number one priority for Malaysians .

    Posted 3 years ago by Kukananthan Gnanamoorthy

  • Does Malay vote really reflect the values of the Party voted for ,regardless of corruption and excesses that was crippling the Nation? Or is the analysis
    of voting supercial and does not
    address the real support after
    normalizing for peer pressure arising from being Government and Government linked Corporation
    employees ? Tun M factor was the absolute tipping point for the change of Government without any doubt, in the minds of all races. What is being revealed about the extent of damage to the economy is now awakening all thinking persons regardless of race to choose integrity of Governance as the number one priority for Malaysians .

    Posted 3 years ago by Kukananthan Gnanamoorthy

  • Yes. that's one clown that i hate.

    Posted 3 years ago by Will Be Humble