Not racist but won't vote for MP of a different race

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A survey on racism conducted among 1,056 Malaysians shows that a significant number these respondents will not vote for an MP of a different race, despite them deeming themselves as not racist.

The survey, commissioned by the Centre For A Better Tomorrow (Cenbet) and carried out by independent consulting firm Anderson Market Analytics, was only conducted in Peninsular Malaysia, with only citizens interviewed.

Cenbet co-president Gan Ping Sieu said that in the self-assessment survey, the results showed that 60 percent of the 1,056 respondents claimed that they are not racists.

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