Polarised Across Racial Lines: Unpacking GE15 Ethnic Voting Patterns
Dr Bridget Welsh, Honorary Research Associate, Honorary Research Associate with the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute Malaysia (UoNARI-M)
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Malaysia is highly polarised. The results of GE15 told us that much. But just how polarised are we, especially across racial and religious lines? Dr Bridget Welsh who’s a political scientist and an Honorary Research Associate with the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute Malaysia (UoNARI-M), recently wrote a 7-part series for Malaysiakini breaking down ethnic voting patterns of GE15.
Dr Bridget Welsh joins us in this episode to unpack her findings.
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Produced by: Dashran Yohan
Presented by: Dashran Yohan
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Categories: politics, government
Tags: politics, malaysian politics, race, ethnicity, religion, polarisation, ge15, pakatan harapan, perikatan nasional, umno,