MAC has announced today's survey (12) that shows that more than 80% of people are in favor of "maintaining the status quo as a whole", only 4.4% support the emergency system, 5.5% support the emergency situation, and 43.4% – thought. The exchange between ducts is too slow. In addition, 49.2% of people believe that "31 west against the mainland" against Taiwan is the only front that attracts the hearts of the Taiwan people.
According to surveys, 84.4% of people believe that maintaining good cross-border co-operation is a shared responsibility of both parties, and no party should have neither peaceful nor intimidating remarks or actions. 82.2% of people believe that cross-sectoral exchanges or activities should to exclude political thinking. 57% of people believe that the mainland government is not friendly to the Chinese government, and 40.9% believe that the continent's government is not friendly to the Taiwan people.
In response to 31 events against Taiwan, declared the mainland, 71% of the people supported the government's efforts to strengthen talent rewards, industrial innovation and modernization, and so on. 69.9% believed that the relevant laws and regulations on cross-channel exchange should be improved, and protective measures and review mechanisms should be strengthened. 88.9% of respondents believe that cross-sectoral exchanges involve human rights and civil rights, should initially communicate and interact, while 66.9% believe that the continent has repeatedly used political views unilaterally to suppress Taiwan's participation in international organizations and activities that will not help the positive interaction between the two sides.
The survey also notes that the Government emphasizes that Taiwan's future relations and their cross-relations need to be addressed by 23 million people in Taiwan, with 85.6% of people supporting the government, only 9.9% do not support it, and 4, 6% do not know or No comments.
This study was commissioned by MPC to instruct the National University of Political Research Election Centers, and on March 28-31 and April 2, the phone was visited by Taiwanese adults over 20 years of age, a real sample of 1,105, and a reliability of 95%. The error is ± 2.95%. The survey results were weighted by a sample of respondents by gender, age, educational level and region.