A phone survey of 1007 respondents published by KajiData Research found that regardless of its perceived failings, 40% would still prefer to vote PH.
That’s more than for PAS (16%) and BN (15%) combined.
“Whilst many are disappointed with the performance of Pakatan Harapan, people still see the coalition as the most viable government given the alternative of a Barisan Nasional that is tainted by amongst others, the misadventures of its previous leader and of PAS which is strongly distrusted by non-Muslims who make up around 35% of voters.”
On the Prime Minister, 42% are satisfied with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad with only 37% dissatisfied.
As for political party support, 39% are happy with PH while 34% are happy with BN.
On the negative side for PH, 42% believed the country is heading in the wrong direction while only 35% think it’s going the right way.
On PH performance, 39% are unhappy while 37% are happy and when it comes to economic management, 43% are unhappy with only 33% happy.
The survey also found that youth, low income earners, and support in the Malay heartlands of Kelantan and Terengganu for PH was still weak.