Jiang Wan ‘an is still ahead in the latest Taiwan media poll of the four “surface figures” for Taipei city mayor

2022-05-09 0 By

In Taipei’s mayoral election at the end of the year, the blue, green and white camps are hoping to field their strongest candidate.According to the latest online poll conducted by Taiwan media, Chiang Wan ‘an, the likely candidate of the Kuomintang (KMT), won 34.62 percent of the vote, followed by Taipei Deputy Mayor Huang Shanshan, who is independent, with 22.65 percent. Chen Shi-chung, head of the health department of the DEMOCRATIC Progressive Party (DPP), received 18.38 percent, followed by Lin Chia-long, former mayor of Taichung.Received 11.75% support.Nownews, a Taiwanese newspaper, ran an article titled, If tomorrow were the day of the Taipei mayoral election, who would you vote for?The online poll will be conducted from February 15 to 18 until 9 PM on February 16.According to the results, Chiang wan ‘an won 34.62 percent of the vote, followed by independent Taipei Deputy Mayor Huang Shanshan with 22.65 percent, Chen Shi-chung with 18.38 percent, and former Taichung mayor Lin Chia-long with 11.75 percent.The poll also asked, “Compared to the KMT, the DPP’s layout of Taipei mayoral candidates is not yet clear. Which DPP candidate would you prefer to run for mayor?”The results showed 19.66 percent for Chen shi-chung, 16.03 percent for Lin Chia-long, 16.03 percent for Cheng Li-jun, former head of the cultural department of the DEMOCRATIC Progressive Party, and 8.97 percent for Chen Chien-jen, former deputy of Tsai Ing-wen, while 39.32 percent did not support either candidate.It is worth noting that, as the “opposition” of the Kuomintang and the Democratic Party, the recent daily spread of “blue and white cooperation” waves, some of the blue camp big names have jumped out to call for cooperation, but there is also a lot of grass-roots noise, polls also asked netizens on this question “do you like blue and white cooperation?”As many as 58.76% of the respondents said they do not believe in it and will eventually split, while 22.86% said they believe in it and cooperate together to win, and 18.38% said they have no opinion/do not know.(Lin Jingxian/Editor) # Taiwan #