Rakyat Still Support PM, Chinese Support Increases
As Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak was appointed as the country’s Prime Minister in April 2009, the political scene was still intense and rakyat’s support towards the ruling party was still low.
With support from Malays divided into three while support from Chinese and Indian decreases, Barisan Nasional (BN) seemed to be in a tough situation.
If we are to look at the situation, his situation was almost as same as his late father’s when he was appointed as PM back in 1970s.
At that time, the ruling government just recently had a shock in the 1969 election while a few days after that, the national security was under threat with the racial riot on May 13.
But Tun Abdul Razak was really patient, determined and convinced that he could solve every issues from time to time and finally lead the country towards better development.
Like going back in time, even Najib is not anxious in facing issues and he never avoid any of them.
Following his father’s step, he then helped BN to get even more support from rakyuat, acknowledging the party as the ruling party.
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is already at the right track in driving Malaysia towards better development. With stronger support from rakyat as researched by UUM and MPN, this country would grow rapidly.
The latest research made by Merdeka Center showed increase in support for PM among Chinese with 42%, all thanks to the consistent efforts which was implemented by BN government.
Even if there may be a little mistake here and there from its accuracy, even if every research uses different methods, they all came to the same result – rakyat are getting happier with the administration pattern of PM and they are getting more convinced with BN.
Thus, if this trend could remain consistent or increased, it is not impossible that political tsunami which struck this country back in 2008, could happen again, bringing down a few states that are ruled by the opposition.