Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Pakatan Harapan Head for Victory


















Invoke are predicting that Pakatan Harapan can win 111 out of the 165 Parliamentary seats in Peninsular Malaysia – thus they can form the next federal government with a simple majority. 

This is based on the latest study conducted over two weeks ending May 04, 2018 involving 11,991 voters nationwide – they were selected through random stratified sampling and weighted according to the population for each state. The data was finalized last Thursday and released yesterday. 

PH shall sweep all the states in the West Coast except for Perlis, with Barisan Nasional regaining Kelantan after a 28-year gap, and also winning comfortably in Pahang and Terengganu. 

Of course, PAS are loudly protesting. They wish to believe the 'green tsunami' will lead them to victory!

And in the two PH strongholds of Selangor and Penang, good news! PH are expected to emerge clear winners in all the parliamentary as well as the 56 state seats in Selangor and all the parliamentary seats and 38 out of 40 state seats in Penang. 

Invoke claim that in the Federal Territory, PH will win 11 out of the 12 Parliamentary seats being contested. 

The UMNO fortress of Johor is set to tremble and totter and topple over. PH are said to have convinced enough voters to capture the state  winning 21 out of the 26 Parliamentary seats and 39 out of the 56 State seats. 

My home state Melaka too will see PH victorious, securing 4 out of the 6 Parliamentary seats and 17 out of the 28 State seats. 

Over in Negeri Sembilan, 5 out of the 8 Parliamentary seats are expected to fall into PH’s hands, as well as 20 out of the 36 State seats. 

PH will recapture Perak, taking 16 out of the 24 Parliamentary seats and 38 out of the 59 State seats up for contest. 

And Kedah will surrender to PH, winning 11 out of 15 Parliamentary seats and 21 out of the 36 State seats. 

BN hold on to Perlis and winning 2 out of 3 Parliamentary seats and 9 out of the 15 State seats going. 

Pahang insists on staying with BN and they will win 8 out of the 14 Parliamentary seats up for contest, and 27 out of the 42 State seats. 

Terengganu is also expected to vote 'deep blue', with BN expected to sweep all 8 Parliamentary seats being contested and 31 out of 32 State seats. 

And in Kelantan, BN are predicted to take 13 out of the 14 Parliamentary seats being contested, and 42 out of the 45 State seats. 

Let’s see if the Invoke forecast is accurate and correct. 

If this is true, Malaysians will rejoice because Malaysia can re-boot and re-start. We can re-discover our shine. We can begin again.

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