Social media’s impact on politics

Social media has been used to spread slander - Graphic: Wikipedia

As Sabahans gear up to vote, we take a look at the social media strategies deployed by competing political parties, and discuss the impact these campaigns might have on election results. BFM speaks to Dr Arnold Puyok, political analyst at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.

Produced by Loo Juosie and Sara Kok

Presented by Hezril Asyraaf and Kelvin Yee

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