Barisan Nasional may have captured 40 out of the 56 state seats in the Johor state election.
But it was the fractured opposition that allowed the BN to claim victory. It has also raised the hopes of the ‘court cluster’ and their supporters, who are anxious to hasten the next general election in their bid to keep the key players out of the slammer.
Take a look at the popular vote (%):
BN 43.1 (2018 = 40.4)
PH 26.4 + Muda 3.5 = 29.9 (2018 = 56.7)(2018 excluding Bersatu = 41.2)
PN 24.0 (2018 Bersatu = 15.6) Full article on Aliran website