26 April 2013

Najib 'mesra rakyat' pasai muka dalam TV siang malam,sedangkan Anwar hanya muncul apabila ada sesuatu yang tak baik mengenainya...

Kajiselidik Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya Universiti Malaya (Umcedel) menunjukkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim mendahului Datuk Seri Najib Razak sebagai calon perdana menteri Malaysia yang baru.

Tinjauan pada awal April itu, melibatkan 1,407 responden yang menetap di Semenanjung Malaysia menunjukkan sebanyak 43 peratus responden percaya Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri manakala 24 peratus lagi berpendapat sebaliknya, dan selebihnya tidak pasti.

Untuk Najib pula, 39 peratus responden berkenaan berpendapat beliau layak menjadi perdana menteri manakala 31 lagi tidak bersetuju. Seramai 30 peratus lagi tidak pasti.

Apa yang menarik, seramai 54 peratus responden Melayu berpendapat Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri dan hanya 28 peratus yang mahu Najib menjadi perdana menteri.

Di kalangan pengundi kali pertama pula, 48 peratus responden percaya Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri manaka 25 peratus lagi berpendapat demikian untuk Najib.


Berbanding dengan hasil kajiselidik Umcedel pada bulan Januari, rating Najib merosot empat mata manakala Anwar meningkat satu mata.

Dari segi responden Melayu, Kedudukan Najib merosot 18 mata manakala Kedudukan Anwar pula meningkat sembilan mata.

Najib dan Anwar dilihat bersaing rapat dalam bidang-bidang yang lain.

Najib mempunyai sedikit kelebihan dari segi  pemimpin yang rapat dan mesra rakyat, berbanding dengan Anwar.

Lima puluh empat peratus responden percaya Najib lebih "mesra rakyat" berbanding dengan 46 peratus untuk Anwar.



Pengarah Umcedel, Prof Datuk Mohd Redzuan Othman memberitahu satu sidang media hari ini bahawa ini kerana Najib muncul di TV hampir setiap hari, berbanding dengan Anwar yang hanya muncul apabila ada sesuatu yang tidak baik mengenainya.

Najib juga dilihat sedikit lebih mampu dalam pentadbiran berbanding dengan Anwar, manakala Anwar mempunyai kelebihan sedikit dari segi ketelusan dan wawasan untuk memajukan negara.

Bagaimanapun, Anwar mempunyai kelebihan yang jelas dari segi pemimpin yang memiliki ciri-ciri kepimpinan Islam, dengan 43 peratus daripada responden menyatakan beliau memiliki ciri-ciri tersebut, berbanding dengan 37 peratus untuk Najib.

Sementara itu, kajiselidik itu juga mendapati 62 peratus responden berkata mereka tidak dipengaruhi oleh video seks yang didakwa membabitkan seorang pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat yang beredar di Internet.

Tiga puluh sembilan peratus responden berkata mereka yakin video seks itu sebagai "propaganda Umno" untuk membuat serangan peribadi, manakala 39 peratus berkata mereka tidak pasti.

Dua puluh dua peratus responden tidak bersetuju bahawa klip itu "propaganda Umno".

Redzuan berkata, nampaknya kempen memburuk-burukkan Anwar (dalam media arus perdana) tidak benar-benar memberi kesan buruk terhadapnya.

Sementara itu, 63 peratus responden berkata mereka mahu melihat debat antara Najib dan Anwar manakala 19 peratus tidak bersetuju dengan idea tersebut. -malaysiakini


FAKTA:

1) Siapa Layak Jadi PM

Anwar Ibrahim - 43 peratus
Najib Razak - 39 peratus
Berkecuali - 18 peratus


2) Peratus Pengundi Melayu Sokong PM

Anwar Ibrahim - 54 peratus
Najib Razak - 34 peratus
Berkecuali - 12 peratus


3) Manifesto Pilihan Rakyat Malaysia

Pakatan Rakyat - 42 peratus
Barisan Nasional - 38 peratus
Tidak Pasti - 22 peratus


4) Manifesto Pilihan Pengundi Cina

Pakatan Rakyat - 61 peratus
Barisan Nasional - 30 peratus
Tidak Pasti - 9 peratus


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43pct back Anwar as PM, 39pct for Najib...

Anwar Ibrahim has a slight edge over Najib Abdul Razak as a prime ministerial candidate, according to a survey by Universiti Malaya's Democratic and Election Centre (Umcedel).

The survey, involving 1,407 respondents residing in Peninsular Malaysia in early April, indicated that 43 percent of voters believe Anwar was qualified to be prime minister while 24 percent of voters disagreed and the rest were unsure.

As for Najib, 39 percent of voters said he was qualified to be the prime minister, while 31 percent disagreed. Another 30 percent were unsure.


Interestingly, 54 percent of Malay respondents said Anwar was qualified to be prime minister while only 28 percent said the same for Najib.

Among first-time voters, 48 percent of respondents believed Anwar to be qualified as prime minister while 25 percent of respondents said the same for Najib. 

Compared to Umcedel's last survey results in January, Najib's rating had dropped four points while Anwar and increased by one point.

In terms of Malay respondents, Najib's rating had dropped by 18 points while Anwar's rating had rose by nine points. 


Anwar seen as 'more Islamic'
 
Both Najib and Anwar are pretty much neck and neck in other areas. 

Najib has a slight edge in terms of "friendly-ness" compared to Anwar.

Fifty-four percent of respondents believe Najib to be more "people-friendly" compared to 46 percent who said the same for Anwar.

“Of course Najib is higher (in the polls) - he appears on TV almost every day, compared to Anwar who only appears when there is something not good about him,” said Umcedel director Mohd Redzuan Othman at a press conference today. 

Najib is also seen as slightly more capable administration-wise compared to Anwar, while Anwar has a slight lead in terms of accountability and vision to develop the country. 

However, Anwar has a clear lead in terms of exhibiting Islamic virtues, with 43 percent of respondents stating that he has such values, as compared to 37 percent saying the same for Najib.


Sex video doesn't sell

Meanwhile, the survey also found that 62 percent of respondents said they were not influenced by a sex video of an alleged Pakatan Rakyat leader floating on the Internet.

Thirty nine percent of the respondents said they were convinced that the sex video was a piece of "Umno propaganda" aimed at making personal attacks, while 39 percent said they were unsure.

Twenty two percent of respondents disagreed that the clip was "Umno propaganda".

“It appears that the smear campaign that is going on (in the mainstream media) on Anwar, is not really having a bad effect on him,” said Redzuan.


Meanwhile, the 63 percent of survey respondents said they wanted to see a debate between Najib and Anwar while 19 percent disagreed with the idea.-malaysiakini



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