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Support for President reaches 55.1 percent: poll
Taipei, April 27 (CNA) A little more than half the respondents in a recent poll said they continue to support President Tsai Ing-wen, while 40.8 percent expressed satisfaction with her performance, according to a poll released on Thursday.
According to the poll released by Taiwan Style Foundation, a local think tank, 55.1 percent of respondents said they support Tsai, while 40.2 percent said the opposite.
Meanwhile, 53.2 percent said they were most satisfied with Tsai's reform policies over the past year, while 40.5 percent were dissatisfied, of which 62 percent said they felt the reforms have not been implemented quickly enough.
The survey also asked respondents about the government's handling of pension reform and found that 63.6 percent said they support the reform, while 23.4 percent did not.
Asked about their support for the government's Special Act for Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Projects, 59.4 percent of those polled were in favor, with 31.6 percent against.
In terms of Tsai's policy of maintaining the cross-strait "status quo" in relations with China, 56.2 percent said they supported that policy.
The poll was carried out April 25-26 among 1,025 respondents, with a confidence level of 95 percent and a margin of error of plus or minus 3.06 percentage points.
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