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46% Supports Tsai to Negociate with Beijing on the Premise of "One-China Principle"

Poster:Jeff LeePost date:2018-08-02
Catergory:Public Opinions
Region:(Taiwan),(Cross-Strait)
Issue:(One China, Status Quo, and Taiwan Independence)
(Formosa Magazine) According to a new poll conducted by Formosa Magazine in Jul. 2018, 46% of the respondents supported that President Tsai’s Administration negotiates with mainland China on the premise of recognizing “One-China Principle”, an increase of 10.1% compared to Feb. 2017, while 36% did not support this, a drop of 10.5% during the same period. This indicates that Taiwanese attitude towards “One-China Principle” has gradually changed due to Beijing’s continuing pressure to isolate Taiwan. <Accessed 2018-08-02> 
Last modification time:2018-08-02 AM 11:29

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