“The findings of the LSIN survey show that currently the three largest political parties with electability are PDIP with 18.7% electability, followed by Gerindra 14.8% and Golkar 11.6%,” said Executive Director Yasin Mohammad in his online presentation, Saturday (10/30/2020). 2021).
Interestingly, Yasin said, there was a tight competition between the Golkar Party and the Democratic Party, which was ranked fourth. The party created by Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) has an electability of 11.2%.
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“The Golkar Party tends to experience a decline in electability when compared to the previous trend of electability surveys. Meanwhile, the Democratic Party experiences an upward trend in electability,” he said.
In fifth place, Yamin said there was the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) which obtained an electability of 7.4%. Meanwhile, the National Awakening Party (PKB) was one level below it with 6.4% gain. Meanwhile, the Nasdem party had to settle for being in seventh place with 4.2% electability.
On the other hand, when referring to the parliamentary threshold as stipulated in Law Number 7/Year 2017, it is 4%, the two parties currently in parliament, namely the National Mandate Party (PAN) and the United Development Party (PPP), their electability is still low. below that figure, 2.2% and 1%, respectively.