Malay community least confident about future under Harapan, study claims
Published:  Jun 13, 2020 12:37 PM
Updated: 5:43 AM

A poll conducted by Emir Research in the period just before the Sheraton Move that toppled the Pakatan Harapan administration shows that the Malay community had less confidence in the future under Harapan than its Chinese and Indian counterparts.

The poll was conducted from Jan 15 to Feb 24 involving 2,002 respondents comprising from all the states in Malaysia including Sabah, Sarawak and the Federal Territory.

Some elements of the findings were inconclusive, for example - when asked if their families' lives were better in 2020 compared to two years prior (which happened to be 2018 when Harapan took over), 32 percent said yes, 33 percent were unsure and 35 percent said no.

A racial breakdown, however, showed the same question revealed that... 

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