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Malaysians, İpsos Survey

Covid-19: Over 90pc Malaysians agree govt doing a good job, says Ipsos survey | Malay Mail

Covid-19: Over 90pc Malaysians agree govt doing a good job, says Ipsos survey

10/4/2020 2:49:00 PM

Covid-19 : Over 90pc Malaysians agree govt doing a good job, says Ipsos survey

KUALA LUMPUR, April 10 — More than 90 per cent of Malaysians strongly agree that the government and its officials are doing a very good job in containing the spread of Covid-19 in the country. A recent survey conducted by a market research company Ipsos indicated that national health...

Friday, 10 Apr 2020 07:42 PM MYTPolice and army personnel join forces to man the roadblocks at the entrance and exits to Balik Pulau at Jalan Tun Sardon in Penang April 10, 2020. — Picture by Sayuti ZainudinKUALA LUMPUR, April 10 — More than 90 per cent of Malaysians strongly agree that the government and its officials are doing a very good job in containing the spread of Covid-19 in the country.

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A recent survey conducted by a market research company Ipsos indicated that national health organisations (94 per cent), the government (91 per cent) as well as local and regional health authorities (91 per cent) had taken effective measures to control the spread of the virus.

The World Health Organisation is also perceived to be 86 per cent effective.However, only 78 per cent of businesses in Malaysia perceived that efforts carried out by the government and its officials were effective, according to the research.The survey also revealed that 63 per cent of Malaysians did not think the media’s coverage on the virus outbreak was exaggerated, while 37 per cent disagreed.

The survey added that those who believed the media had exaggerated the reports on Covid-19 were those under 35, with lower income and lower education levels.According to the survey, most Malaysians are supportive of total quarantine or self-isolation measures under the movement control order (MCO).

“Only five per cent think that it’s an over-reaction, total quarantine is excessive and will not solve the outbreak problem,” it said.The survey also said that there was a fairly strong optimism that things would return to normalcy by June.“A total of 68 per cent of Malaysians share the view majority are from the lower income segment and younger group,” according to the survey. — Bernama



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To be fair, most credit should go to PH government who had laid down good groundwork. We have not seen most PN ministers are doing their works; don’t forget about those nonsense “air suam”, tik tok, “sabar on domestic violence”, etc... Wah gum sohai geh Well done, MOH. that remaining 10% are previous PH leaders. for sure.

Gr8 job WITHOUT the minister of health n 2 deputies. The other 10% are not on twitter Only KKM is good. pm8 buat kerja buang org PH aje Undoubtedly Yes however they should be aggressive in seeking out the potential carriers like religious centre and schools etc., in order to prevent recurrence!

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