Thejakartatimes – Some of the names of politicians and national figures began to rise to the Vice Presidential Candidate in the 2019 presidential election.
Indonesia Survey Circle (LSI) Denny JA released a survey on the popularity of prominent figures as vice president.
LSI divides 5 (five) types of vice exchanges in the 2019 presidential election later. The five types come from different stages.
There are vice-presidents of military background, Islamic background, political party background, provincial strategic leader and governor with professional background.
For vice-presidents of military background, these three names are most prominent. Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (AHY) with popularity of 71.2%. Gatot Nurmantyo with popularity of 56.5%. Moeldoko with a popularity of 18.0%.
“Despite Moeldoko’s popularity is still low, but the entry of Moeldoko in Jokowi’s cabinet opens the opportunity to play a gambit move,” explained LSI researcher Adjie Alfaraby in LSI’s cantanker, Jakarta, Friday (2/2).
From the vice presidential election background of Islam, there are 2 names that have a chance than other figures. The two names are Muhaimin Iskandar (Cak Imin) whose popularity is 32.4% and TGH M. Zainul Majdi (TGB), whose popularity is 13.9%.
“Cak Imin has also started to actively socialize as vice president, even though the level of introduction of Zainul Majdi is still low, but the level of public fondness is very high, above 70 percent,” he continued.
From the vice versa from the background of political parties, according to him there are 2 (two) names that appear. Airlangga Hartarto with the popularity of 25%, as General Chairman of Golkar and Budi Gunawan party of 16%.
“Budi Gunawan is currently the Head of BIN History, bringing him to the bounce with the symbol of the PDIP, while Airlangga Hartarto also came unexpectedly, also bringing him into Golkar’s chum in” injury time, “and a defining moment,” Adjie said.
Vice presidential candidates are only included PDIP and Golkar, because Adjie continued, because both parties have greater bargaining power than other parties.
From the vice presidential bourse coming from the strategic provinces of DKI Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, and East Java, only Anies Baswedan is currently appearing. The three other big provinces will just elect the regional head in June 2018.
“These four areas are called strategic because of the large voting population, and these four areas also have a media appeal,” he said. (Thejakartatimes/EOS/Source: Tribunnews)