Most Taiwanese Satisfied with Pension Reform Outcome: Poll

Poster:Jeff LeePost date:2018-07-03
Catergory:Public Opinions
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(CNA) In the survey published by the Taiwan NextGen Foundation, 64.2% of the respondents expressed support for the new pension programs, while 25.3% voiced disapproval. It also shows that 57.5 percent think the reforms will be positive for Taiwan's general development, while 34.7 percent held the opposite view. <Accessed 2018-7-03> 
Last modification time:2018-07-04 PM 12:47

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