If fresh state elections are held in Perak

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[...] Okay, if Pakatan Rakyat wants to increase it seats to 40 or 50, which of the ten or 20 seats currently under Barisan Nasional can most likely fall? We are assuming, of course, that Pakatan Rakyat can retain its current 30 seats and none will fall to Barisan Nasional. So, the ten or 20 are added to the existing 30 to give Pakatan Rakyat its 40 or 50 seats.

First look at the 31 Perak state seats won by Pakatan Rakyat in the 8 March 2008 general election and the 27 seats won by Barisan Nasional in the table below. The 2004 general election results are also shown as a comparison and to demonstrate the slide Barisan Nasional suffered.

Now, let us look at the 20 Barisan Nasional seats that can most likely fall to Pakatan Rakyat.

The ten (10) marginal seats won by Barisan Nasional where the majority was less than 1,000 votes:

N10 – ALOR PONGSU majority 95
N15 – TRONG majority 916
N16 – KAMUNTING majority 555
N23 – MANJOI majority 348
N35 – MANONG majority 749
N36 – PENGKALAN BAHARU majority 14
N43 – SUNGAI RAPAT majority 636
N5 – SELAMA majority 355
N53 – RUNGKUP majority 454
N6 – KUBU GAJAH majority 66

The seven (7) seats won by Barisan Nasional where the majority was more than 1,000 votes but less than 2,000 votes:

N19 – CHENDEROH majority 1,039 (2,826 in 2004)
N21 – LINTANG majority 1,367 (5,839 in 2004)
N34 – BUKIT CHANDAN majority 1,694 (3,613 in 2004)
N38 – BELANJA majority 1,887 (3,143 in 2004)
N42 – TUALANG SEKAH majority 1,569 (3,311 in 2004)
N48 – SUNGAI MANIK majority 1,354 (3,599 in 2004)
N49 – KAMPONG GAJAH majority 1,416 (5,017 in 2004)

Three (3) other Barisan Nasional seats that can fall to Pakatan Rakyat:

N46 – CHENDERIANG. This is the solitary MCA seat in the Perak State Assembly but its 2004 majority (6,153) was reduced to half in 2008 (3,392). The problem is that PKR fielded an Indian candidate in a predominantly Chinese constituency. If PKR were to field a Chinese candidate this time around, then Pakatan Rakyat can grab this seat.

N47 – AYER KUNING. The Barisan Nasional (Umno) candidate beat the Pakatan Rakyat (PAS) candidate by a 3,525 majority in 2008. But this is still only half the 2004 majority of 6,887. About half the voters in this constituency are non-Malays. So the PAS candidate was a problem in 2008. This time around the non-Malays will have no problems voting for a PAS candidate.

This also applied for N42 – TUALANG SEKAH where PKR fielded an Indian in a Malay majority constituency (57%). If this time around Pakatan Rakyat fields a Malay candidate then there would be no problems.
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7 comments:

Pengasas said...

Salam PakRaden,
Ikut perlembagaan, boleh tak kalau kerajaan Perak bergabung dengan kerajaan Selangor?
Atau, 5 kerajaan PR buat kerajaan fedral-2 bersama KL?

Anonymous said...

kejor yeop kejor, kita ngundi sekali lagik!!! aahhhhkahkahkahkahkah...

-garden

abe MIE 'TERJAH' said...

10 dalil kenapa nizar gila kuasa jadi MB...


http://pkrpasdap.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

PKR kena pilih orang yang sesuai untuk jadi ahli. Jangan jadi macam ADUN ADUN yang gila duitan. Nampak helaian di mata, hilang iman

Anonymous said...

PR has no knowledge on politic strategy. The UMNO guy who recently joint them is actually implanted virus, trying to put them into chaos. PR may have no opportunity in Perak, but now the other 4 states needs to bucks up. In Malaysian politics, the nice guys goes to prison, tha bad guys rules

tok iskandar said...

Mengkhianati kepercayaan rakyat.Politik ugut dan rasuah tidak boleh diterima dan menjadi dalil mengapa Najib tak layak jadi PM kita

Garden said...

kepada oghang2 peghok,

ingat baik2 muka2 tu semua...next PRU, ludah atas muka dia orang. takde pendirian punya bangsa.

-garden