Latest poll: south korea’s two presidential candidates narrow the gap in support
Nov. 19,according to south korean media reports, local time on the 18th, a number of south korean pollsters jointly released the next presidential candidate support survey results. the results showed that the gap between li ming, the presidential candidate of the ruling united democratic party, and yu xiyue, the presidential candidate of the largest opposition national power party, narrowed to 1 percentage point.
EMBRAIN PUBLIC, Kstat Research, Korea Research and Korea Research reportedly polled 1,004 people over the age of 18 in South Korea from the 15th to the 17th of this month.
the results showed that mr. yu’s approval rating was down 3 percentage points from last week to 36 percent, while mr. li’s was up 3 percentage points from last week to 35 percent. the gap between the two men’s approval ratings narrowed to 1 percentage point from 7 percentage points released on the 11th.
in addition, the nationalist party’s presidential candidate an zhexiu and the justice party’s presidential candidate shen xiangxuan’s approval ratings were 5% and 4%, respectively.
in terms of support for the parties, the snp’s support fell by 3 percentage points from last week to 36 per cent, while the cdu’s support rose by 2 percentage points from last week to 33 per cent. the gap in support between the two parties has also narrowed to 3 percentage points from the previous 8 percentage points.
at the next general election, 42 percent of respondents said mr. nguyen would be elected, and 38 percent answered mr. li. in addition, 47 per cent of respondents supported the election of opposition candidates for the next president, while 41 per cent supported the election of candidates from the current ruling camp.