Pkr semakin ganas. Ini dapat dilihat dari pergaduhan dan baling kerusi dalam pemilihan cabangnya. Demo di masjid negara ahad lalu juga memperlihatkan bagaimana budaya ini hendak di eksport kedalam pentadbiran krisis di Selangor.
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A recent Universiti Malaya opinion poll has revealed that 43 per cent of residents in PKR stronghold areas here will not support the party in the next general election due to a decline in confidence after its fractious polls last month.
A mere 35 per cent of those polled claimed they would continue to vote for PKR while 22 per cent said they were unsure.
The survey, conducted during the period of the party polls, also showed that 52 per cent of respondents agree that the party's recent internal strife and leadership squabbles had significantly marred PKR's voter confidence.
Even confidence in Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition's prime minister-designate, has hit shaky ground with 43 per cent claiming the fiery leader was still politically relevant while a close 41 per cent agreeing otherwise.
The remaining 16 per cent said they were unsure.
The poll, carried out by University Malaya's Democratic Research and Elections Centre during the PKR polls last month between November 19 and 21 and November 27 and 28, sought the opinion of 1,124 respondents aged between 20 and 50 from opposition strongholds of Cheras, Bandar Tun Razak, Titiwangsa, Ampang, Bukit Bintang, Subang Jaya, Wangsa Maju and Lembah Pantai.
According to the survey report made available to the media yesterday, the respondents were selected as they were considered to be significantly exposed to the country's political landscape and were mostly opposition supporters.
Additionally, Selangor and the Federal Territory had recorded the largest number of PKR members involved in the party elections.
The report noted that the survey was 95 per cent accurate, with a margin of error at 2.92 per cent.
On the whole, the survey found that the party's recent infighting had caused a steep decline in public support for the Pakatan Rakyat giant, showing that the opposition would likely not fare well in the next general election, said to be held next year