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The results of the electability survey of political parties have not changed much. The top three positions have not shifted. PDIP is still at the top, followed by Gerindra and Golkar.


Since the beginning of 2020, the electability of political parties at the top has tended to be like that. PDIP is in the first place, followed by Gerindra, then Golkar. Likewise, the results of the party electability survey were released by Kompas Litbang, this October. As a result, Banteng is still at the top, followed by Gerindra and Golkar. This survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews on 26 September-9 October 2021. Interviews were conducted with 1,200 respondents who were randomly selected using a stratified systematic sampling method in 34 provinces.

The survey's confidence level is 95 percent with a plus-minus margin of error of 2.8 percent. As a result, PDIP won 19.1 percent of the vote. Gerindra is in second place with 8.8 percent. Although in the runner-up position, Gerindra's electability is far behind the PDIP. In the third position is Golkar with 7.3 percent.

Although the position of the three political parties has not changed, the trend of the three major parties has decreased when compared to the April 2021 Kompas Research and Development survey. In the previous survey, PDIP received 22.6 percent of the votes, Gerindra 10.5 percent, and Golkar 8.6 percent.

In the middle board, the situation is different from the top board. The position in the middle board changes a lot and is dynamic. Like a race, the middle-tier political parties overtake. In this latest survey, PKS and Democrats who position themselves as opposition get an increase in their electability. PKS won an electability rate of 6.7 percent, while the Democrats won 5.4 percent of the vote. Whereas last April, PKS' electability was only 5.4 percent. PKB, which in April 2024 was in the fourth position with 7 percent, fell to 3.9 percent. Next, there is NasDem 2 percent, PAN 1.7 percent, Perindo 1.6 percent, PPP 1.3 percent.

PKB, which in April 2024 was in the fourth position with 7 percent, fell to 3.9 percent. Next, there is NasDem 2 percent, PAN 1.7 percent, Perindo 1.6 percent, PPP 1.3 percent.


The General Chair of the Golkar Party, Airlangga Hartarto, appreciated the performance of cadres who had socialized themselves as presidential candidates for 2024 through billboards or other outdoor media.


Airlangga assesses that this method increases his electability and popularity. "The trend of electability of the Golkar Party continues to experience a significant increase, as well as the presidential candidate from the Golkar Party, the level of popularity and electability has shown an increasing trend," said Airlangga at the party's 57th-anniversary celebration. Golkar at the Golkar Party DPP, Jakarta, Saturday (23/10). who is also known as the Coordinating Minister for the Economy and the Head of KPC PEN?

On that occasion, Airlangga asked all Golkar cadres to unite their forces for victory in 2024 or to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Golkar Party. He also mentioned the winning capital in the 2020 Regional Head Elections with an achievement of 62 percent.

"With the victory of the 2020 Pilkada, it gives more confidence to the Golkar Party to win in 2024," he said. Airlangga said he always participated in social activities carried out by party cadres to help the community during the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the activities in question is a social service on Friday Peduli held by the Golkar Party Wives Association (IIPG) led by his wife Yanti Airlangga.

"Through this pulpit, I express my gratitude and express my highest appreciation for the work of the Golkar Party cadres, especially to party administrators at various levels, members of the DPR RI factions, Provincial DPRD and Regency/City DPRD, Founding Organizations and It was established, and all Golkar Party cadres," he said.


The installation of billboards by Puan Maharani is considered to have boosted PDIP's popularity on social media,


 Although it is accompanied by negative sentiments. Despite the ridicule, the massive political billboards turned out not only to be successful in gaining popularity but also having the potential for electability. But it is still influenced by several factors.

Drone Emprit founder Ismail Fahmi explained that Puan's popularity regarding the billboard issue not only showed positive sentiment, but was also influenced by negative sentiment.

According to Ismail, popularity is a combination of positive, negative, and neutral conversations. It doesn't matter what the sentiment is. The Drone Emprit study found that conversations on social media regarding Puan Maharani were increasing, especially regarding billboards with pictures of her being installed in several areas.

Ismail Fahmi in a thread on his twitter account on August 8 stated that the trend in the past month for Puan's popularity has increased even though it has a negative tone.

"The trend in the last month, Puan's popularity is increasing despite a lot of negative sentiment.


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