Party Identification Tracking Analysis in Taiwan, July 2013

Poster:Post date:2013-08-08
Catergory:Public Opinions
Issue:(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(TISR) Taiwan Indicators Survey Research released its July survey (in Chinese) on the public's party identities. Of those surveyed, 29.8% self-identified as supporters of the KMT or other Pan-Blue parties, 26.8% expressed support for the DPP or other Pan-Green parties, and 39.9% self-identified as independent. As has been the trend thus far in 2013, independents increased in July while those who identified with either the Pan-Blue or Pan-Green camps decreased. 
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