“Challenging economy is a bread-and-butter issue that has made people in the country even more nervous. Therefore, they long for a national figure that can overcome these problems,” explained Hakim.
Comparably, the poll also found that other popular presidential hopefuls such as Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan and Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo received 5.83 percent and 3.33 percent, respectively.
The poll was conducted from July 3-12 July involving 1,200 respondents using the multistage random sampling method and questionnaire-based face-to-face interviews. It has a margin of error of about 2.83 percent and a confidence level of 95 percent. (rr)