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Singapore’s rulers fret over generational shift in big election win

A survey of voter intentions published by Blackbox Research on Thursday showed that the Workers’ Party was most popular among Generation Z, those aged 21-25.

While the biggest vote shift was towards the new Progress Singapore Party (PSP), headed by an ex-PAP stalwart, which narrowly missed out on seats but garnered 10% of ballots. PSP was most popular among those aged 25-59, while the PAP was favoured by those aged 60 and above.

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