Surveys & Opinion Polls

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December 2008

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Detik.com – December 16, 2008

Novia Chandra Dewi, Jakarta – The 2009 legislative and presidential elections are within sight. Thirty eight national political parties are registered to contest to fight for the people’s votes.

November 2008

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Detik.com – November 28, 2008

Hery Winarno, Jakarta – The image of the Justice and Prosperity Party (PKS) appears to be starting to fade.

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Kompas – November 24, 2008

Suwardiman – Young voters, particularly first time voters, are a potential vote base that political parties should consider targeting in the 2009 legislative and presidential elections.

September 2008

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Kompas – September 9, 2008

Suwardiman – The image presented by elite leaders and a political party appears to be the main consideration that will increasingly be taken into account by prospective voters in the 2009 general e

May 2008

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Kompas – May 26, 2008

Umi Kulsum – Indonesia’s 100th National Awakening day, which fell on May 20, was noisily celebrated at the Bung Karno Sports Stadium during a ceremony led by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

April 2008

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Kompas – April 15, 2008

Indah Surya Wardhani – The West Java election of regional heads, which looks set to be won by Ahmad Heryawan and Dede Yusuf, indicates that the voting patterns of traditional voters had changed sig

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Kompas – April 15, 2008

Suwardiman – In the recent West Java election of regional heads, many respondents determined their choice just a week before voting.

January 2008

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Kompas – January 14, 2008

Sultani – Each time Suharto falls ill and is taken to hospital, the public is inevitably faced with the choice of forgiving him for his mistakes or continuing legal proceedings against him.