Linking Perception towards Prospective Economic Conditions on Satisfaction Towards Federal Government


AbstractThis paper contributes empirical findings on the examination of the perceived prospective economic conditions and demographic factors on the satisfaction of Federal government in Malaysia. The findings show that the perception towards prospective economic conditions has an impact on the satisfaction towards federal government after controlling the gender, ethnicity, and age factors. These results imply that voters are concerned with the prospective economic conditions when deciding whether or not to support the incumbent government. Thus, federal government needs to ensure the relevant policies and programmes implemented are able to strengthen the economic performance in order to gain the voters confidence

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