Some PBB seats would see reduced majority if compared with the previous election if the disatisfaction over the candidates is not properly handled by the party.
However, if the frustration is really strong among the party members and supporters, PBB might lose some of the 'safe' seats.
Many PBB members and supporters are not happy that the party leadership has decided to retain some old faces which are said to be unpopular on the ground.
The only reason they won the previous election was because the party had strong support from the rakyat. Period.
And some of the party members and supporters are also not happy with the new faces roped in by the party to contest in the state election.They want better candidates!
In view of this, the oppositions couldn't be blamed to believe that they would be able to win more seats in this election.
It could be said that at this juncture, many of these disenchanted members and supporters are still being emotional over the selection of these 'unpopular' candidates - at least in their perception.
If the election is to be held now, may be PBB will lose many of its seats – to name a few: Lambir, Jepak, Semop, Lingga and Beting Maro.
However the party has until 15 April to rationalise with these disenchanted members and supporters on why they should give their support to the party.
Good Luck PBB !!!