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Hasto’s Response to PDIP’s Downward Trend in Electability of the Charta Survey

Jakarta

PDIP Secretary General Hasto Kristiyanto responded that the trend of PDIP electability was declining ahead of the 2024 General Election in the Charta Politica survey. Hasto revealed the direction of PDIP General Chair Megawati Soekarnoputri not to use surveys as a guide for cadres.

“Yes, that’s why the survey, the direction of Mrs. (Megawati Soekarnoputri) not to be used as a guide because it can go up, down, the dangerous thing is if you keep going down the mountain, that’s dangerous,” said Hasto at the PDIP Party School, Lenteng Agung, South Jakarta, Thursday ( 22/9/2022).

Hasto said the ups and downs of party electability are common. Hasto then mentioned the PDIP’s electoral average of 22 to 26 percent.


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“But if that’s the dynamics, it’s a normal thing, but we see that the trend from the PDIP electoral average is 22 to 26, that’s the range,” said Hasto.

PDIP’s Electability Trend Down in the Charta Survey

It is known, the survey agency Charta Politika released a survey on the electability of political parties ahead of the 2024 General Election. The trend for PDIP’s electability has decreased, while the Gerindra Party has tended to rise.

In its online release, Thursday (22/9), the Charta Politica survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews using the multistage random sampling method.

The survey was conducted on 6-13 September 2022 with a total sample of 1,220 with a margin of error of 2.82%. The criteria for respondents are at least 17 years old or have met the voting requirements.

Respondents were asked the question: If the legislative elections to elect members of the DPR RI were held today and the following political parties were participated in, which party would you choose?

The following is the order of electability of political parties:

PDIP 21.4%
Gerindra 14.8%
Golkar 9.3%
PKB 8,7%
PKS 7,6%
Democrat 6.6%
NasDem 4.8%
PAN 2,7%
PPP 2,1%
Perindo 2%
PSI 0,9%
PBB 0,6%
Hanura 0.4%
Labor 0.3%
Garuda 0,2%
Parsindo 0.2%
0.2% surge
PKN 0.1%
PKP 0.1%
TT/TJ 17.0%

PDIP, Gerindra, and Golkar are the highest political parties chosen by respondents. PDIP’s electability trend has decreased, in April 2022 24.7%, June 2022 24.1%, and September 21.4%.

While Gerindra tends to increase, in April 2022 11.9%, June 2022 13.8%, and September 14.8%. Meanwhile, Golkar will be 9.2% in April 2022, 11.3% in June 2022, and 9.3% in September.

Also check out ‘SMRC Survey: PDIP Can Win the 2024 Presidential Election If You Get A Presidential Candidate’:

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