Majority confident new government can solve problems: poll

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2016/06/23
By: Lu Hsin-hui and Y.F. Low

Taipei, June 23 (CNA) More than 56 percent of people in Taiwan think that the new 56908523administration led by President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and Premier Lin Chuan (林全) has the ability to solve problems, according to a survey released by the Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation on Thursday.

The survey revealed that 67 percent of people are in favor of the way Tsai is dealing with national affairs, including her choice of top personnel and policies.

Meanwhile, 54 percent of people believe Taiwan should actively seek to join the United Nations to lift Taiwan’s international status and dignity.

On the question of what name the country should use to participate in international organizations, 53.4 percent of the respondents said “Taiwan,” 31 percent chose “Republic of China” and 8.7 percent picked “Chinese Taipei.”     [FULL  STORY]

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