October 27, 2020, 12.24 AM

“[Of the latter], 3.6 percent strongly disagreed, while 4.9 percent said they did not know or did not answer. ”

Burhanuddin noted that the findings should raise alarm bells among the public. It contradicts democracy’s aim of encouraging the public to participate and have their say in the democratic process, he said.

1,200 people participated in the IPI survey, which was randomly carried out nationwide from September 24-30.

(Writers: Devina Halim, Achmad Nasrudin Yahya | Editor : Krisiandi, Fabian Januarius Kuwado)




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