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Best Thing U.S. Can Do to Assist Taiwan: Help It Join International Organizations

Poster:Post date:2014-04-12
Catergory:Public Opinions
Region:(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
Issue:(Arms Sales),(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
(TISR) Nearly half of Taiwanese believe that the most helpful thing the U.S. can do to increase Taiwan's strength and confidence is to help Taiwan join international organizations--that is the finding of a recent Taiwan Indicators Survey Research survey (in Chinese).

Survey participants were presented with three possible ways the U.S. might assist Taiwan and were asked to choose which one they believed would be most helpful or should be given top priority. The options were: 1) sell defensive arms to Taiwan; 2) strengthen trade relations with Taiwan; and 3) assist Taiwan in joining international organizations. Slightly less than half of respondents (49.2 percent) chose assistance in joining international organizations, 35.2 percent chose strengthening trade relations, and 4.1 percent chose arms sales.
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