Majority of Society Satisfied Jokowi Presidential Government

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, October 08 2017 - 18:00 IWST

Presiden Jokowi Saksikan Festival Musik di Kemayoran (Foto Biro Setpres)
Presiden Jokowi Saksikan Festival Musik di Kemayoran (Foto Biro Setpres)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Survey results of the KedaiKOPI study institute say the majority of people are satisfied with Jokowi's three-year rule but still complain about economic problems.

Based on a survey of face-to-face interviews conducted on 800 respondents in eight cities, namely Medan, Padang, Palembang, Jakarta (except Kep Seribu), Bandung, Semarang, Surabaya and Makassar, 8-27 September 2017 with margin of error (MoE) + / -3.5 percent, it is known that 55.7 percent of respondents are satisfied with Jokowi's government.

But the founder of KedaiKOPI, Hendri Satrio said that the majority of them complained about economic problems.

"People are still complaining about economic problems," Hendri said in a press release Sunday (10/08/2017)

When asked about the main problems faced by society today, economic problems such as basic necessities, fuel and electricity costly dumped by respondents as much as 55.4 percent.

While the problem of employment needs 14.1 percent, corruption 3.9 percent, drugs 3.3 percent, news hoax about SARA 2.5 percent.

"Respondents who answered did not know there was 7.6 percent, the rest of the respondents mentioned something other than those mentioned above," he explained.

When asked about the current condition of Indonesia, respondents answered a difficult economy as much as 24 percent, democracy being tested 21 percent, better than the previous administration 20.5 percent, normal 10.6 percent, development and service increased 5.8 percent, corruption 5.2 percent, there are security problems 4.8 percent do not know 6.6 percent and the rest answer other things.

Overall 55.7 percent of respondents were satisfied with Jokowi-JK government, while 43.3 percent were dissatisfied and the rest did not answer.

Satisfaction with the government is mainly in infrastructure development (32.7 percent) and health and education (16.3 percent).

While rising or expensive cost of goods (22.7 percent) and unfulfilled promises (8.5 percent) are reasons for dissatisfaction with the government.

The people assessed infrastructure development (24.9 percent), KIP, KKS (15 percent), eradication of corruption and drugs (2.6 percent) and blusukan (1.3 percent) were Jokowi-JK's fulfilled promises.

Meanwhile, in terms of the degree of election tailored to the selection criteria, if the election is done on the day when the question was asked, respondents who choose Jokowi 44.9 percent, while those who choose the option of answers other than Jokowi there is 48.9 percent and the rest did not answer.

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