Latest PRC Survey Released, Ganjar’s Electability Continues to Outperform Other Candidates
JAKARTA – The results of the latest Politika Research & Consulting (PRC) survey in September show that the electability of presidential candidate Ganjar Pranowo is superior to other candidates.
Based on the latest PRC survey, of the three presidential candidates in the 2024 presidential election, Ganjar Pranowo has the superior electability among the others.
“Ganjar Pranowo is still ahead,” said Rio Prayogo as Executive Director of PRC.
In the survey, the former Governor of Central Java achieved 40.4 percent electability, other candidates received far less than that and 9 percent chose not to express their opinion.
Among the others, Ganjar Pranowo has the most stable electability and tends to be in the range of 40 percent, as in the survey in April it was 40.8 percent and in September it was 40.4 percent.
“Since April, Pranowo’s Ganjar has remained stable at 40, almost unchanged,” continued Rio.
On the other hand, based on an Ipsos Public Affairs survey, it shows that Ganjar Pranowo’s electability among millennials aged 25 to 39 years and Gen Z aged 17 to 24 years is superior to others.
In the Ipsos survey among Gen Z, Ganjar outperformed by 42.40 percent and among millennials, Ganjar excelled at 39.90 percent.
General Chairperson of the Kaaba Youth Force (AMK) Rhendika Harsono also considers that the figure of a leader who is identified with white hair is liked by generation Z and millennials who will be one of the biggest vote contributors in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.
“Ganjar is very low profile , close to all the community, students and students,” he explained.
In addition, according to data from the General Election Commission (KPU), the 2024 Election voter list shows that the vote is dominated by millennials (Gen Z and Millennials).
The combined number of the two generations reaches at least more than 113 million people, which is equivalent to 56.45 percent of the total, namely 204,807,222 people.
His communicative language style makes the former Governor of Central Java popular with millennials because his delivery is not stiff and he has many followers on social media, where young people nest.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of the United Development Party (PPP) DPP, Achmad Baidowi, believes optimistically that Ganjar’s electability continues to rise and he is not worried about who his running mate will be.
“As a result of the survey, it shows that there is a very big chance that Pak Ganjar will be paired with anyone,” said Baidowi when responding to the results of the SMRC survey.
This means that, with the GP’s electability continuing to rise and stagnating, he has good capital to be equipped to win in the upcoming 2024 presidential election.