... how Tony Pua's constituency of Petaling Jaya Utara will go from 78,000 to 150,000 voters of mainly Cinapeks, while 80,000 mainly Cinapeks will be removed from Kapar to make the latter seat more winnable for BN:
otherwise known as DAPigs
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 8 ― The DAP will likely not only be unaffected by the proposed redelineation exercise in Selangor by the Election Commission (EC), but also stand to gain an even bigger non-Malay vote base there, a report by Politweet said.
According to the research outfit’s analysis, the proportion of non-Malay voters in DAP seats in the state was 74.26 per cent, but will shoot up to 77.42 per cent after redelineation, although the size of the seats is expected to grow by 26.13 per cent.
“DAP seats represent a larger, more non-Malay population of voters,” said Politweet in the report made available to Malay Mail Online.
In comparison, PAS's seats will be reduced in size by 17.04 per cent but will have a higher percentage of Malay voters, while PKR seats will still represent a mix of ethnic groups, albeit a slight increase of Malay voters and decrease in Indian voters.
As a result of redelineation, Politweet said the transfer of voters will result in DAP seats having a higher percentage of Chinese and Indian voters, while Barisan Nasional (BN), PKR and PAS will have a higher percentage of Malay voters.