Will a coalition backing Indonesia's Widodo win majority in parliamentary elections?
A coalition of political parties backing Indonesian President Joko Widodo is on course to win more than half of the votes in next month's elections, giving them control of parliament, according to a new survey released on Thursday.
Indonesia is holding simultaneous presidential and parliamentary elections on April 17.
Ten political parties backing Widodo are expected to get 52.3 percent of votes, while the coalition backing his challenger, retired general Prabowo Subianto, trail with 29.5 percent, according to a survey by pollster Litbang Kompas.
Nearly 20 percent of voters remain undecided, said the pollster, which is part of Indonesia's biggest newspaper Kompas.
The survey was conducted between the end of February and early March.