Invoke: BN support fell by nearly a quarter at PM's Pekan seat

Koh Jun Lin

Modified 20 Jun 2017, 10:28 am

The level of support for BN in Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s constituency of Pekan had fallen by nearly a quarter, according to a study by the PKR-linked NGO Invoke.

This is part of a larger downtrend in support for BN in the 52 parliamentary constituencies that host Felda settlements, according to the study, which found that support had fallen in 45 of those seats.

Invoke coordinator Rafizi Ramli said Pekan is the second worst hit among the 52 seats, which saw support for the ruling coalition fall by 23.94 percent compared to the 13th general election results...

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