Survey to Gauge Public Opinion on Cabinet’s First 100 Days in Office Now Open

By Mei Kuan

When Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced the cabinet on August 27, he stressed that the 31 Ministers representing 26 Ministries and five agencies under the Prime Minister’s Department need to prove early achievement in the period of the first 100 days of holding their respective portfolios.

The Prime Minister then stated that the performance of Ministers and Ministries will be assessed based on three main elements: performance assessment, leadership assessment as well as the public perception assessment.

Therefore, the Chief Secretary to the Government’s Office, Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) and the Shared Prosperity Delivery Unit (SEPADU), under the Prime Minister’s Department as the secretariat, is inviting the public to provide feedback via a survey.

The purpose of this survey is to gauge public opinion on Ministers and Ministries’ first 100 days in office. It is under the Malaysian Family Aspirations’ Programme for cabinet members.

Solely for analysis purposes, the survey is divided into two parts, namely demographics and evaluation elements. It will take less than 5 minutes to complete.

The survey is open from November 1 till 15 via the following link: 

One can also access the survey by scanning the QR code in the poster.


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