Majority Supports Tsai: Poll

Poster:Post date:2017-09-02
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(Taipei Times, By Sean Lin) Every reform that the Tsai administration has created thus far has been met with approval by a majority of Taiwanese. 88.9% of respondents to a poll conducted by the Taiwan NextGen Foundation approve of a more recent reform to increase long-term care services for public kindergarteners. 41.9% of respondents wanted to replace the wording of "1992 Consensus" to "one China, different interpretations" while 34.9% were against the replacement. 
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