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Clueless about impact of corruption

Clueless about impact of corruption

KUALA LUMPUR, 16 Nov 2009: An overwhelming majority of Malaysians view corruption as a serious issue, but almost half do not think it affects their personal lives, a survey has found.  “What was most surprising about the results was a majority felt corruption does not affect their lives even though 81% said it’s a serious […]

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Umno still leads the way

Umno still leads the way

Will Najib wait for the MIC, MCA, Gerakan and PPP to play catch-up? AFTER the March 2008 general election, when public sentiment against the Barisan Nasional (BN) swirled dark and hopes were bright for the Pakatan Rakyat (PR)’s multicultural politics, Umno was everybody’s favourite punching bag. Perhaps riding on public sentiment that favoured the opposition, […]

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Most believe Najib can improve race relations

Most believe Najib can improve race relations

PETALING JAYA, 8 July 2009: Most peninsular Malaysians think Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak will be able to improve race relations, according to the latest Merdeka Centre poll. The survey, titled 100 days of the Najib administration, found that 60% of respondents, comprising 72% Indian, 71% Malay and 40% Chinese Malaysians, were confident that […]

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Young Malay M’sians not ready for non-Malay / Muslim or woman PM

Young Malay M’sians not ready for non-Malay / Muslim or woman PM

The prime minister’s office in Putrajaya (Public domain; source: Wiki commons) PETALING JAYA, 30 June 2009: Malay Malaysians are the group least ready to accept a non-male, non-Malay or non-Muslim as prime minister, a Merdeka Center for Opinion Research survey has found. Of the 2,518 randomly selected Malaysian youths aged between 20 and 35 polled […]

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Poll: Malaysians want say in Umno leadership

Poll: Malaysians want say in Umno leadership

PETALING JAYA, 12 March 2009: A survey has confirmed what most Malaysians can only talk about — that citizens of all races want a say in deciding Umno’s top leadership because the party’s leaders become the country’s leaders. An opinion poll by Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research shows that 79% of those surveyed want Umno […]

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