This is the comparison between the six state election results last night and the previous one in the 2018 general election.
Last night : BN - 2, PH - 32, PN - 22
2018 : BN - 4, PH - 51. PN - 1
Summary : Perikatan made 2,200 per cent gain in Selangor, Pakatan downed to 62,74 per cent of its force in 2018, while BN or to be more precise Umno was reduced by half. The most significant was Azmin's victory in Hulu Kelang. The guy will be a pain in Anwar gang's butt at the state assembly.
Last night : BN - 14, PH - 17, PN - 5
2018 : BN- 16, PH- 20, PN - 0
Summary : Mat Hasan continues to carry Umno's torch in Negri Sembilan, proving that the party could still be accepted by the Malays if it offers good leaders instead of the clowns at PWTC. An Umno man should become MB. PN managed 5 wins despite having no proper leaders in the state and that's 500 per cent gain from their zero in 2018.
Last night : BN - 1, PH - 1, PN - 43
2018 : BN - 8, PH - 0, PN - 37
Summary : Pakatan, or to be more precise Pas almost wiped out Umno from the state. Pakatan got one seat because of a good candidate. Kelantanese are after all not Talibans to deny a potential good leader despite her party being not as Islamic as Pas.
Last night : BN - 0, PH - 0, PN - 32
2018 : BN - 10, PH - 0, PN - 22
Summary : The total wipeout of Umno and Pakatan in Terengganu was the most obvious evidence that the Malays are shifting towards the far right as they lost confidence with their leaders in the centre. If the non-Malays could give their total support to DAP, the Malays in Terengganu proved that their community could do the same by supporting a more Malay-centric or Islamic-centric party.
Last night : BN - 0, PH - 3, PN - 33
2018 : BN - 3, PH - 18, PN - 15
Summary : Umno is more or less dead in Kedah. Pakatan has at least the non-Malay voters to give them its three seats there. With the Panglima Sanusi factor into play, Malays in Kedah have no reason to support an Umno led by the likes of Mahadzir Khaled.
Last night : BN - 2, PH - 27, PN - 11
2018 : BN - 2, PH - 37, PN - 1
Summary : DAP retained Penang but their Pakatan allies lost 10 seats to Perikatan. It's quite obvious that even the Malays in the state are shifting to Perikatan. All seats in Anwar's former stronghold Permatang Pauh were won by Perikatan candidates. Based on what happened in the run up to the polls, CM Chow will have his hands full to handle the pressure from not only the resurgent opposition but also from the "emperor gang" within DAP.
A total of 245 seats were up for grab in the six state elections.
The results :
Perikatan Nasional - 146
Pakatan Harapan - 80
Barisan Nasional - 19
Summary : This should be an indication of what's to come in the next elections in Malaysia. Do note that BN, or to be more precise Umno, contested 108 seats and only won 19, which is sad for the once great party.