#GE14

Malaysia's 14th General Election is slated to happen on 9th of May. From March 30th to April 4th, we asked 1,100 Malaysians about their opinion on the upcoming General Election. This is the first of 3 reports highlighting voter's behaviour.

Published on: 30th of April, 2018

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Table of Contents

  1. Voter registration rate.
  2. Intention to register as voter.
  3. Key drivers for first time voters to register to vote.
  4. Intention to vote in our upcoming election among registered voters.
  5. Voting experience.
  6. Importance of voting
  7. Desired information to help voters make their voting decision.
  8. Voter's preferred channel to receive information.
  9. Awareness of first-past-the-post.
  10. Opinion on whether first-past-the-post leads to fair elections.
  11. Top three words voters think about when they think of the upcoming election.

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  1. Candidate popularity.
  2. Characteristics associated with candidates:
    - This leader is capable and charismatic
    - This leader always does the right things for the people and the country
    - This leader is good at strategy
    - This leader is able win people over
    - This leader has good track record
    - This leader is friendly
    - This leader has lots of followers
  3. GO TO REPORT

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  1. Voters predict which party will win the election.
  2. Voters' desired party to win.
  3. Voters predict which party will win their state level election.
  4. GO TO REPORT

#GE14 VOTER BEHAVIOURS

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Q. What are the first 3 words that come to your mind when you hear the word 'Malaysia General Election'? (Please write down the first 3 words that flash in your mind) (n=1100)

When asked to type in whatever crosses voter's mind when they hear the word "Malaysia General Election", these are the words that voters mention (bigger represents more mentions, smaller represents less)

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Now that you're done, check out report #2 about voter's perception on upcoming leaders.

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