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Latest Political Indicator Survey Results: Ganjar Pranowo Leads Electability


JAKARTA — The results of a survey of the latest Political Indicators have been released, it turns out that in this release the name Ganjar Pranowo continues to lead electability when compared to other candidates in the 2024 Presidential Election.

It is known that the survey was conducted by measuring the electoral scores of as many as 10 names using a closed simulation.

The results show that the PDI Perjuangan presidential candidate, Ganjar Pranowo leads the electability rate with a gain of 32.4 percent.

Then, the survey was continued by conducting simulations on three big names, and the results remained the same, namely the white-haired leader was still the highest with 35.2 percent of the vote.

The Executive Director of Indonesian Political Indicators, Burhanuddin Muhtadi explained that indeed on average every year Ganjar’s name consistently continues to increase.

“But on average every year, Ganjar Pranowo consistently increases,” he said.

For information, the survey was conducted from 15 to 21 July 2023 by taking samples using the multistage random sampling method and the number of respondents was 1,811 people.

The margin of error for the latest survey is around 2.35 percent, which means it has a confidence level of up to 95 percent.

He continued that indeed the electoral figures of each candidate continued to be dynamic, but since April 2022, the 54-year-old leader had consistently excelled.

“So, the choice of a presidential candidate is like faith, yes. Sometimes up, sometimes down. Imagine Prabowo winning 2020-2021, but being overtaken by Ganjar in April 2022,” explained Burhanuddin.

Responding to the results of the latest survey, Chairman of the PDI Perjuangan DPP, Djarot Saiful Hidayat revealed that the increase in electoral numbers from Ganjar Pranowo was of course the result of the hard work of all of his party cadres.

“Indeed we have to (work) harder,” he said.

It is undeniable that Ganjar’s electoral numbers continue to increase because it is determined by grassroots voters.

Previously, the electability of the leader who was born in Karanganyar Regency also continued to lead based on the results of a survey from an Australian-based institution, Utting Research.

Managing Director of Utting Research, John Utting explained that the electoral figure owned by Ganjar Pranowo reached up to 34 percent.

He added that regarding the vision and mission desired by the public, it turns out that the public really hopes for a leader to succeed President Jokowi.

The majority of people really want the continuation of the program of the seventh President of the Republic of Indonesia.

“Respondents who wanted the vision and mission to continue some of Jokowi’s government policies and improve some others reached 61 percent,” explained John.

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