JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – According to the findings of the Indonesian Survey Circle (LSI) Denny JA, the Golkar party is expelled from the highest two positions in the 2019 parliamentary elections.
Of the 10 major provinces of Indonesia, the Golkar party won only in one province, namely South Sulawesi, with 23.5 percent.
The rest were mostly won by the PDI-Perjuangan and the Golkar party.
LSI Denny JA researcher Adjie Alfaraby said that Golkra was influenced by the Setya Novanto drama that was said to reach a column up to the size of the bun.
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"This banana effect is enough to spoil the prestige of the Golkar party," Adjie said at Graha Dua Building in Rajawali, Jalan Pemuda, on Friday (February 2017).
In addition, in this 2019 legislative election, LSI Denny JA also occupied the phenomenon where the party had no outstanding program.
The party seemed to only sell the presidential figure to increase the vote. This is due to the fall in the ranking of the Golkar party.
The 2019 Friday winner party is expected to be the party that enjoys the greatest electoral advantage of the presidential and vice-chair parties.
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In this case, PDI-P and Gerindra are considered to be the most preferred advantages of Jokowi and Prabowo's representation. Because the shape of Jokowi and Prabowo is usually directly related to PDI-P and Gerindra.
Although they both supported Jokow, the Gerindra party was still struggling with PDI-P.
"Golkar has no presidential candidate or vice president who is closely related to Golkar," said Adjie.
This survey took place between 4 and 14 October 2018. The survey was conducted in 10 provinces, the largest of which was the population. The number of respondents in each province is 600, with a total of 6,000 respondents.
The error limit in this survey, every province is 4.1 percent. The financing of the survey was self-financed by LSI Denny JA.
Map of wins in 10 provinces
LSI Denny JA issued a survey of support funds for political parties in ten provinces, where Indonesia's largest population was. The ten provinces of West Java, East Java, Central Java, Jakarta DKI, Banten, North Sumatra, South Sumatra, Riau, Lampung and South Sulawesi.
According to Adjie, this survey can not be used to close the party's strength at national level.
"Since the survey by LSI Denny JA is a survey of each province, not a nationwide survey that causes the province to be sampled," said Adjie.
Based on surveys in the 10 provinces, 5 regions gained PDI Perjuangan and 3 provinces won the Gerindra party. Meanwhile, the Golkar Party and the National Awakening Party won a province.
Below we provide data on the winning votes of leading parties in 10 provinces:
Central Java: 46 percent
Lampung: 34 percent
North Sumatra: 28 percent
South Sumatra: 26.5 percent
DKI Jakarta: 23.1 percent
2. Gerindra Party
West Java 20.2 percent
Riau: 22.2 percent
Banten: 26.3 percent
3. Golkar party
South Sulawesi: 23.5 percent
4. National Awakening Party
East Java: 21.7 percent