Nearly 70 per cent of Malay voters in peninsular Malaysia agree with Perkasa’s demands that the government should NOT DISMANTLE quotas and economic protection for Malays.Merdeka Centre polled 883 registered voters in West Malaysia between March 11 and March 27.
Only 20 per cent disagreed.
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- 68 per cent of Malays said government should NOT dismantle quotas and protection for Malays in the economic sphere, while 18 per cent said otherwise.
- Malays surveyed were also roughly split down the middle that Chinese are trying to take over the country.
- 44 per cent of Malays agreed that Chinese are trying to take over the country while 47 per cent of Malays disagreed.
- Asked if groups like Perkasa would help Umno and Barisan Nasional win the next election, 61 per cent of Malays agreed while 20 per cent disagreed.