Some 90% of about 500 respondents believe that the abolition would result in greater social harmony and understanding among the various communities.
About 92% of the respondents agreed that “Malaysians are a colourful example of racial, cultural and religious tolerance, living peacefully in a social mosaic rich in diversity, and we should proactively preserve and treasure our common destiny.”
The poll on “Racial harmony in a balanced society” conducted by Kuching-based malaysiapollster recently.
BN race-based component parties should take some time to digest the results of the poll. They should embrace change or be changed in the next general election.
About 44% felt that racial harmony could best be achieved by getting rid of politicians who play the race card. Politicians such as Khir Toyo should take heed of this sentiment. He can continue to become a 'jaguh kampung' (race hero) in his own party but continue to be rejected by the voters.
SAY NO TO RACISM!