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Election 2018: How DAP Chinese vs Umno Malay voters stack up statistically

Regular commenter ‘drinho’ commented @ 2016/02/03 at 9:11 am,

“I can agree if you say DAP is the dominant party in [Pakatan Harapan] and able to dictate terms especially PAS is no longer in the equation. DAP is indeed powerful in PH states like Penang and Selangor.

“But to say that DAP can control Parliament/Putrajaya is too far fetch[ed]. Continue reading “Election 2018: How DAP Chinese vs Umno Malay voters stack up statistically”

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Alamat keputusan Rompin: PRU14 nanti orang pro-kerajaan akan pilih untuk duduk di rumah juga

The most important detail of the Rompin by-election result is that the total votes for PAS remained constant – almost no reduction.

By-election

  • Hasan Arifin (Umno) got  23,796 votes
  • Nazri Ahmad (PAS) got  14,901 votes

GE13

  • Jamaluddin Jarjis (Umno) got  30,040 votes
  • Nuridah Mohd Salleh (PAS) got  14,926 votes

In the interval of exactly two years between 5 May 2013 (13th general election) and 5 May 2015 (yesterday), Umno lost 6,244 votes. PAS only lost 25 votes. Continue reading “Alamat keputusan Rompin: PRU14 nanti orang pro-kerajaan akan pilih untuk duduk di rumah juga”