S'gor think-tank claims survey shows Najib most unpopular PM

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A Selangor government think-tank has claimed that the findings of its poll indicate that Najib Abdul Razak is the most unpopular prime minister in the nation's history.

According to Institut Darul Ehsan (IDE), only 19 percent of the 2,018 respondents, who are Selangor voters, believe that Najib's leadership would increase support for BN.

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