“Thirty-one percent of respondents said the military should run the government, compared to 24 percent before the pandemic,” Saiful noted.
He added that “28.9 percent agreed, while 2.3 percent strongly agreed. An earlier poll in April 5-9, 2019 indicated that 2.3 strongly agreed, while 21.8 percent agreed, and 53 percent disagreed. 10.6 percent strongly disagreed, while those who did not answer totalled 12.3 percent.”
“However, 49.1 percent of respondents disagreed with the military playing a bigger role, 10.3 percent strongly disagreed while 9.4 percent did not answer.”
SMRC questioned 2,202 people in the survey, which lasted from August 12-15, 2020 with a margin of error of 2.1 percent.
(Writers: Fitria Chusna Farisa, Irfan Kamil | Editors: Irfan Maullana, Bayu Galih)
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