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Current issues of concern for voters in Malaysia in 2018

Share of respondents in Malaysia who indicated the following current issues as being of most concern to them, as of August 2018

by R. Hirschmann, last edited Mar 13, 2019
Current issues of concern for voters in Malaysia in 2018 This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia who indicated which of the given current issues were most important to them, as of August 2018. During the period surveyed, 50 percent of respondents indicated that they were concerned with inflation, followed by 32 percent of respondents who were most concerned about corruption. In comparison, implementation of Hudud law and the state of public transportation were of utmost importance to four percent of survey respondents respectively.
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Share of respondents in Malaysia who indicated the following current issues as being of most concern to them, as of August 2018

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by R. Hirschmann, last edited Mar 13, 2019
This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia who indicated which of the given current issues were most important to them, as of August 2018. During the period surveyed, 50 percent of respondents indicated that they were concerned with inflation, followed by 32 percent of respondents who were most concerned about corruption. In comparison, implementation of Hudud law and the state of public transportation were of utmost importance to four percent of survey respondents respectively.
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