Malaysia Votes: General Elections 2018 Results [Updated]

Malaysia has 222 parliamentary seats in total. Unofficial results of Malaysia’s general election show that the main opposition led by Mahathir Mohamad has secured 112 seats, a simple majority, which is enough to form government. He’s 92. Apparently, they won by 8,893 votes, which was announced at 11.25pm in Langkawi.

Apparently, there was a press conference due to be hosted by PM Najib at 9pm, but he has yet to show up as of 11.45pm. According to Mr Mahathir, BN is far behind.

Here are the winners by state, as of 11.58pm according to Bernama on 9 May 2018:

  • Perlis: 

RUZAINI BIN RAIS (BN)
MOHD RIDZUAN BIN HASHIM (PAS)
NURULHISHAM BIN YAAKOB (BN)

  • Kedah

MAHATHIR BIN MOHAMAD (PKR) — Langkawi
JUHARI BIN BULAT (PKR)
MOHD FIRDAUS BIN AHMAD (PKR)

  • Kelantan 

SITI ZAILAH BINTI MOHD YUSOFF (PAS)
ZURAIDIN BIN ABDULLAH (PAS)
MOHAMAD BIN AWANG (PAS)
ABDUL RASUL BIN MUHAMED (PAS)
TUAN MOHD SARIPUDIN BIN TUAN ISMAIL (PAS)
MOHD NAZLAN BIN MOHAMED HASBULLAH (PAS)
W HASSAN BIN W IBRAHIM (PAS)
MOHD RODZI BIN JA’AFAR (PAS)

  • Terengganu: 

MOHD NURKHUZAINI BIN AB RAHMAN (PAS)
ALIAS BIN HARUN (PAS)
HANAFIAH BIN MAT (PAS)

  • Pulau Pinang:

KHALIQ MEHTAB BIN MOHD ISHAQ (PKR)
PHEE BOON POH (PKR)
SOON LIP CHEE (PKR)
SATEES A/L MUNIANDY (PKR)
MUHAMMAD FAIZ BIN FADZIL (PKR)
CHOW KON YEOW (PKR)
GOOI ZI SEN (PKR)
TEH LAI HENG (PKR)

  • Perak:

CHEAH POU HIAN (PKR)
MOHD NIZAR BIN ZAKARIA (BN)
KHAIRUDIN BIN ABU HANIPAH (BN)
KHAIRUL SHAHRIL BIN MOHAMED (BN)
SHAHRUL ZAMAN BIN YAHYA (BN)
KHAIRUDDIN BIN TARMIZI (BN)

  • Pahang:

ISMAIL BIN ABD. MUTTALIB (BN)
MOHD SOFIAN BIN ABD JALIL (PAS)
SHAHANIZA BT SHAMSUDDIN (BN)
MUJIBUR RAHMAN BIN ISHAK (PAS)
ISMAIL BIN MOHAMED SAID (BN)
MOHAMED BIN JAAFAR (BN)
SYED IBRAHIM BIN SYED AHMAD (BN)
SHAHRIL AZMAN BIN ABD HALIM (PAS)
RAZALI BIN KASSIM (BN)

  • Selangor:

MOHAMED AZMIN BIN ALI (PKR)
HANIZA BINTI MOHAMED TALHA (PKR)
EAN YONG HIAN WAH (PKR)
SITI MARIAH BINTI MAHMUD (PKR)

  • Kuala Lumpur:

LIM LIP ENG (PKR)
PRABAKARAN A/L M PARAMESWARAN (BEBAS)
FONG KUI LUN (PKR)
TERESA KOK SUH SIM (PKR)

  • Putrajaya: 

TENGKU ADNAN BIN TENGKU MANSOR (BN)

  • Negeri Sembilan 

LOKE SIEW FOOK (PKR)
NOOR AZMI BIN YUSOF (BN)
BAKRI BIN SAWIR (PKR)
NG CHIN TSAI (PKR)
MOHAMAD NAZARUDDIN BIN SABTU (PKR)
ZAIFULBAHRI BIN IDRIS (BN)
MOHAMAD BIN HAJI HASAN (BN)
HASAN BIN BAHROM (PKR)
ABD.RAZAK BIN AB.SAID (BN)
MOHD ISAM BIN MOHD ISA (BN)
VEERAPAN A/L SUPERAMANIAM (PKR)

  • Melaka 

ISMAIL BIN OTHMAN (BN)
MD RAWI BIN MAHMUD (BN)

  • Johor 

ZULKURNAIN BIN KAMISAN (BN)
HALIMAH BINTI MOHD SADIQUE (BN)
RASMAN BIN ITHNAIN (BN)
ROSLELI BIN JAHARI (BN)
AZALINA BINTI OTHMAN (BN)
SHARIFAH AZIZAH BINTI SYED ZAIN (BN)
SYED SIS BIN A RAHMAN (BN)

  • Labuan 

ROZMAN BIN ISLI (BN)

  • Sabah

MASIDI BIN MANJUN @ MASDI (BN)
GAPARI BIN KATINGAN @ GEOFFREY KITINGAN (SOLIDARITI)
ROBERT TAWIK @ NORDIN (SOLIDARITI)
RASININ BIN KOUTIS @ KAUTIS (WARISAN)
WONG TIEN FATT @ WONG NYUK FOH (DAP)
CHONG KET KIUN (DAP)
POON MING FUNG (DAP)
DATUK NIZAM BIN DATUK ABU BAKAR TITINGAN (BN)
WONG SZE PHIN @ JIMMY (DAP)

  • Sarawak 

MORDI ANAK BIMOL (DAP)
WAN JUNAIDI BIN TUANKU JAAFAR (BN)
FADILLAH BIN YUSOF (BN)
KELVIN YII LEE WUEN (DAP)
CHONG CHIENG JEN (DAP)
RUBIAH BINTI WANG (BN)
WILLIE ANAK MONGIN (PKR)
RICHARD RIOT ANAK JAEM (BN)
NANCY BINTI SHUKRI (BN)
ROHANI BINTI ABDUL KARIM (BN)
MASIR ANAK KUJAT (BN)
TAMBAT @ JUGAH AK MUYANG (BEBAS)
ROBERT LAWSON CHUAT (BN)
ALI ANAK BIJU (PKR)
YUSUF BIN ABD WAHAB (BN)
AHMAD JOHNIE BIN ZAWAWI (BN)
WONG LING BIU (DAP)
LARRY SOON @ LARRY SNG WEI SHIEN (BEBAS)
AGO ANAK DAGANG (BN)
ALICE LAU KIONG YIENG (DAP)
OSCAR LING CHAI YEW (DAP)
HANIFAH HAJAR TAIB (BN)
BARU BIAN (PKR)
ALEXANDER NANTA LINGGI (BN)
UGAK ANAK KUMBONG (BN)
TIONG KING SING (BN)
LUKANISMAN BIN AWANG SAUNI (BN)
MICHAEL TEO YU KENG (PKR)
HASBI BIN HABIBOLLAH (BN)
HENRY SUM AGONG (BN)

For official results, refer to Malaysiakini.

Who are Malaysia’s voters? [Voter Demographics]

Malaysia took to the polls today, 9 May 2018. Voting closed at 5pm.

If you are wondering what are the demographics of Malaysia’s voters, here are a few statistics for you.

1.      Age Groups

41% of registered voters are in the 21 to 39 age group, 39% of voters are in the 40 to 59 age groups, and 18% of voters are in the 60 to 79 age group. I’m amazed that there were Malaysians above 80 years of age who took the trouble to go to the polls.

2.    Bigger Proportion of Young Voters

This time round, the youngest age group increased by a whopping 10%. In 2013, 30% of voters were in the 21 to 39 age bracket. This year, this age group formed a larger proportion of voters at 40%.

3.    Unregistered Voters

Out of 18.7 million eligible voters in Malaysia, 3.8 million did not register for voting. Out of the 3.8 million unregistered voters, a majority was in the 21 to 30 age group. Growing apathy, perhaps?