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In 2020, the leader of the Taiwan region elected the KMT candidate, South Korea Yu (left), and South Korea ’s Yu Lilun, chairman of the running committee. (Photo source: Taiwan "China Times Newsletter" data map)
China Taiwan Net, December 13-With less than 30 days left in the 2020 general elections in Taiwan, the polls made by various polling agencies reflect that the KMT candidate, Korea Yu, has fallen significantly behind DPP candidate Tsai Ing-wen for re-election. However, according to Taiwan ’s “Central News Agency” report, Zhu Lilun, chairman of the South Korean Yu Campaign Headquarters, said yesterday (12th) that South Korea ’s election campaign was atypical and caused a lot of errors between grassroots polls and mainstream polls. Month is the key. Like the 8th and 9th innings of a baseball game, work hard, even if you fall behind, you can reverse the victory.
According to reports, the KMT has reported that South Korean Yu will win 100,000 votes for Cai Yingwen, but according to the latest media polls, South Korean Yu is about 37% behind Cai Yingwen.
In an interview on the afternoon of the 12th, Zhu Lilun admitted that the grassroots polls were different from the original mainstream polls, but what happened was the final result. After all, the key to the election is the last month.
As for whether South Korea ’s Yu shouted out whether the polling of the polls would affect the election of legislators, Zhu Lilun said that it may have at the beginning, but gradually everyone will gradually understand, as if he accompanied a lot of "legislator" candidates Running the grassroots and facing the voters directly, that response is the most accurate.
The mayor of Taipei, Ke Wenzhe, has recently been elected as the leader of Taiwan in 2024, and said his opponent may be Kuomintang Mayor Hou Youyi. In this regard, Zhu Lilun said that simply discussing 2040 is relatively fast. The 2020 election campaign counts down for one month. When it comes to post-election, they are all typical defeatist and defeated models. (He Jianfeng, Taiwan Network of China)
[Responsible editor: He Jianfeng]