According to internet surveys, Mongolians support Zorigt Dashdorj, the candidate of the MPRP for Chingeltei by-election


According to surveys of popular Mongolian internet sites, majority of the voters support Zorigt Dashdorj, candidate of the MPRP in by-election of 24th election constituency. Fo instance, according to survey conducted by www.zaluu.com 3744 people out of 5000 polled said “Mongolian politics needs Zorigt, candidate of the MPRP”.Next were Burmaa, candidate of the DP and Javkhlan, singer and independent candidate.

According to survey of www.sonin.mn site of Mongolian daily newspapers, 424 people or 50% of 855 participants consider Zorigt is the candidate with much accomplishments that needs to be elected to the Parliament.
The site www.factnews.mn –said 49.4% or 1838 participants of online survey said they would vote for Zorigt Dashdorj.
Majority of the internet surveys supported Zorigt Dashdorj, candidate of the MPRP for the by-election. The participants of the surveys cited successful negotiation on OT deposit and young age, advanced education of the candidate makes him unique from other candidates. Next were Burmaa, DP candidate and Javkhlan, singer and independent and Uyanga, journalist and independent candidate.

RESULT OF THE ONLINE POLLING
www.zaluu.com
Who is the most needed person in Mongolian politics from the candidates of 24th election constituency?
Statements Votes
Burmaa should be elected to the Khural as she has been working for voters education for many years 1284
Minister Zorigt successfully negotiated Oyu Tolgoi deal and therefore, must be elected to the Khural in order to pass law to give 1.5 million tugrig of “gift of Motherland” to all Mongolian citizens. 3744
Javkhlan is beloved singer of Mongolian people and honorary artist of Mongolian state, therefore, should be elected to the Khural as voice of the artists and singers 307
Bat-Yalalt should be elected to the Khural in order to express his voice for just court system 178
www.sonin.mn
Who is the real candidate among the candidates of the election constituency no.24?
Candidates % Votes
Burmaa, since she experienced in large civic projects and active person 42% 355
Javkhan since he a singer recognized by Mongolian people 9% 76
Minister Zorigt since he is energetic young man with advanced education and serving high post 50% 424
www.factnews.mn
Who you vote for in by-election of constituency no.24 of Chingeltei district of Ulaanbaatar?
Candidates % Votes
Javkhan (independent) 12.5% /465/
Zorigt (MPRP) 49.4% /1838/
Uyanga (Independent) 1.7% /62/
Burmaa (DP) 30.3% /1128/
Arslan (Independent) 1.8% /66/
Jargalsaikhan (Traditional United party) 2% /76/
Ichinnorov (independent) 0.3 % /12/
Tomorsukh (Freedom party) 0.5 % /18/
D.Tomorbaatar (independent) 1% /36/
Enkhtuvshin (independent) 0.5% /18/

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