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Only 13% Believe Taiwan’s Economy is Now in the Best Condition

Poster:Jeff LeePost date:2018-06-30
Catergory:Public Opinions
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
 (My Formosa Magazine) The Formosa Magazine issued the new poll on Friday. It shows that President Tsai’s disapproval rating (62.3%) is still significantly higher than her approval rating (25.8%). Similarly, Premier Lai experiences the same situation as Tsai, with his disapproval rating at 45.1% but the approval rating at only 35.7%. Regarding economy, only 12.3% of the respondents consider it to be ‘fine’, while the other 78.5% regard it as 'negative'. Additionally, During the annual meeting of the International Council of Securities Association (ICSA), President Tsai said that the country's economy is now in the best condition in two decades, however, 75.8% of the people disbelieve such a statement.<Accessed 2018-06-30> 
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