灵感中心(Ilham Centre)民调

灵感中心(Ilham Centre)民调

公正党主席安华是希盟公开点名的第8任首相人选,而最近民调显示,在马来人选民心目中,安华是最适合从首相马哈迪手中接棒的人选。

这项由灵感中心(Ilham Centre)执行的民调,受访者年龄层依序为21至29岁(16%)、30至39岁(19%)、40至49岁(28%)、50至59岁(21%),60岁以上(14%)。66%受访者居住在城市,19%则住在半城乡,剩余的15%住在乡区。

民调显示,42%受访者选择安华为他们的第8任首相人选。尽管阿末扎希次之,但其支持率却相当落后,只有24%。其他获得青睐的首相人选还有:巫统署理主席莫哈末哈山(8%)、内政部长慕尤丁(7%)及经济部长阿兹敏(4%)。

这次受访的1622名马来选民中,多数人(46%)在刚过去的第14届大选时投选国阵,而35%人投选伊党,只有17%投选希盟。

民调显示,69%受访者反对政府承认统考,68%受反对汤米汤姆斯出任总检察长,61%反对玛拉尊受委联邦法院首席大法官。另外,55%受访的马来选民认为,行动党左右着希盟政府。“这是马来人所想的。马来人应当出任主要职位。至于这个职位是否攸关种族宗教,还是次要。”“这些职位必须由马来人出掌。倘若非马来人接管,那么他们会认为,马来人权益不受保障。”

无论如何,灵感中心代执行董事莫哈末阿兹兰再纳点出,年轻马来人比较客观、理智和务实,不若长辈般重视种族和宗教议题。“年轻人更关注希盟宣言和竞选承诺。但对于中年人士和长者,种族宗教还是很重要。”

Poll: Malay voters pick Anwar over Zahid for next PM

A survey among 1,622 Malay respondents has found BN and PAS voters among those who chose PKR president-designate Anwar Ibrahim over Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as the best candidate to take over from Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

According to the survey by think-tank Ilham Centre and commissioned by online portal The Malaysian Insight, 42 percent of the respondents chose Anwar, compared to 24 percent who picked Zahid.

The majority of the respondents said they had voted for BN in the 14th general election (46 percent), while 35 percent had voted for PAS, and 17 percent had voted for Harapan.

Umno deputy president Mohamad Hassan was the respondents’ third choice for prime minister with eight percent of the votes, followed by Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin (seven percent), and Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali (four percent).

While Harapan parties had reached a consensus that Anwar would be appointed as the 8th prime minister to succeed Mahathir, certain quarters within PKR had recently raised concerns about alleged attempts to sabotage the plan.

‘Racial-religious sentiments a swing factor’

Meanwhile, the survey also found that a majority of the respondents were swayed by communal sentiments played up by Harapan’s critics. The four top issues are the appointments of Tommy Thomas and Richard Malanjum as attorney-general and chief justice respectively; recognition of the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) and the DAP’s perceived domination in the government.

According to the study, 61 percent and 68 percent of the respondents disagreed with Malanjum’s and Thomas’ appointments respectively.

More than 1,000 respondents, or 69 percent, said they disagreed with UEC recognition, while 55 percent believed that DAP holds a key influence in the government.

The two remaining issues were whether PAS was better than Harapan in looking after the welfare of Malay-Muslims and whether Harapan could look after the rights and position of Malays and Islam.

Overall, more than half the respondents for the survey, which was conducted from June 1 to July 30, were in the northern states, Selangor and the Federal Territories. The majority live in cities (66 percent) and the rest in the suburbs (19 percent) and rural areas (15 percent). Men reportedly made up 51 percent of the respondents. In terms of demographics, the study was restricted to respondents aged above 21 – the majority being in the age range between 40 and 49. Those aged below 40 made up 35 percent of the respondents, while the remaining 35 percent were aged between 50 to above 60.

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