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Formosa Poll January 2021

Poster:Post date:2021-01-30
Catergory:Public Opinions
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(Formosa) According to the Taiwan Mood Barometer Survey conducted by Formosa in late January, 59.6% of respondents indicated that they trusted President Tsai Ing-wen (an increase of 6.0% since the previous survey), while 36.2% indicated that they did not trust Tsai (a decrease of 5.0% since the previous survey). 57.8% indicated that they were satisfied with Tsai’s performance (an increase of 3.5% since the previous survey), while 39.5% indicated that they were dissatisfied (an increase of 5.2% since the previous survey). 52.0% indicated that they were satisfied with the performance of Premier Su Tseng-chang (a decrease of 0.8% since the previous survey), while 43.4% indicated that they were dissatisfied (a decrease of 5.9% since the previous survey). 21.8% respondents cosidered their party affiliation pan-blue, while 37.8% pan-green, and 33.0% independent. 
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