If the poll conducted after the back door took over of Perak government by Barisan Nasional is to be believed. Then, it look like the Sultan of Perak had been erred and BN new state government would be facing insurmountable task of legitimizing its rules.

Here the result of the poll via Malaysia Insider:

• 74 per cent of the respondents feel that the state assembly should have been dissolved after the defection of the three Pakatan Rakyat lawmakers

• 76 per cent of the respondents felt that the “people, through elections, should decide on who forms the government”

• 62 per cent of the respondents felt that the “role of the palace in this decision” means it does not recognise the will of the people

• 66 per cent of the respondents do not accept state governments formed through the defection of state assemblymen

• 59 per cent of the respondents feel that the political crisis in Perak would decrease support for Barisan Nasional.

Some 507 registered voters were interviewed by telephone and the sampling was done randomly by Merdeka Center. The margin of error was rather high at about 4.5 per cent.