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China Post Poll: 63% Have Confidence in Taiwan's Future

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China Post Poll: 63% Have Confidence in Taiwan's Future

 

Source: The China Post

 

January 16, 2012

 

1.    Are you satisfied with Ma Ying-jeou's 2012 re-election?

 

Satisfied

65.5%

Unsatisfied

24.8%

Don't know

9.7%

 

 

2.    After Ma was elected to a second term, what is the most important topic he should handle?

 

Economic development

50.1%

Clean government

15.4%

Consultation between the ruling and opposition parties

14.0%

Cross-Strait relations

37.9%

International breathing space

13.0%

Education and culture

19.7%

Environmental protection and energy

7.0%

Social welfare

27.7%

Reduce the gap between the rich and poor

39.9%

Others

3.1%

Don't know

10.0%

 

 

 

 

3.    Do you think Ma should completely reshuffle, make some small changes, or keep it as it is, after the current cabinet resigns?

 

Completely Reshuffled

36.6%

Make some small changes

28.6%

Keep it as it is

8.7%

Don't know

26.1%

 

 

4.    Do you have confidence in Taiwan's future after Ma Ying-jeou was re-elected?

 

Yes

62.5%

No

27.4%

Don't Know

10.1%

 

 

5.    Are you satisfied with DPP's Tsai Ing-wen's performance in the 2012 Presidential Election?

 

Satisfied

62.7%

Unsatisfied

27.5%

Don't know

9.8%

 

 

6.    Are you satisfied with PFP's James Soong's performance in the 2012 Presidential Election?

 

Satisfied

36.8%

Unsatisfied

47.9%

Don't Know

15.3%

 

 

7.    In the 2012 Presidential Election, Ma Ying-jeou defeated Tsai by approximately 800,000 votes, or six percentage points. How does this compare to your expectations?    

 

Greater margin than expected  

42.4%

Smaller margin than expected

17.9%

About what was expected

28.2%

Don't know

11.5%

 

The latest poll was conducted on January 15, 2012, with 835 people successfully surveyed. The margin of error associated with this sample is plus or minus 3.4% with a 95 % confidence interval.

 

 

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