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"One Country on Each Side" Most Popular Characterization of Cross-Strait Relations, TISR Survey

Poster:Post date:2015-10-19
Catergory:Public Opinions
Region:(Taiwan),(Cross-Strait)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues),(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(TISR) Asked to select any of thirteen different phrases related to cross-Strait relations that they could identify with, the most popular characterization of cross-Strait relations among respondents to the latest Taiwan Mood Barometer Survey (in Chinese) was “One Country on Each Side” (一邊一國) which was selected by 69.3 percent of survey respondents.

The next three most popular phrases were “Under the Republic of China constitutional order, promote cross-Strait relations” (中華民國憲政體制下, 推動兩岸關係), selected by 69.0 percent of respondents; “One China, One Taiwan” (一中一台), selected by 64.8 percent of respondents; and “No Unification, No Independence, No Use of Force” (不統, 不獨, 不武), selected by 63.8 percent of respondents. Only 27.4 percent of respondents chose “The 1992 Consensus” (九二共識).

Correction: The original version of this article posted on October 19, 2015 omitted "Under the Republic of China constitutional order, promote cross-Strait relations" as the second most popular phrase related to cross-Strait relations.  Consequently, “One China, Different Interpretations” (一中各表), selected by 36.2 percent of respondents, was listed as the fourth most popular phrase.
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