By: Tai Ya-chen, Liu Kuan-ting and Elizabeth Hsu
Taipei, June 20 (CNA) One month after she was sworn in as Taiwan’s first female president May
20, Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) has won higher public satisfaction than her Cabinet, according to two separate surveys released Monday and June 17.
The Taiwan Generation Think Tank said its latest survey, released Monday, indicates that 60.1 percent of the respondents are satisfied with Tsai’s performance over the past month, while 24.5 percent are not.
Asked if they are confident in Tsai’s administration, 65.4 percent of those surveyed said yes, while 24.5 percent said no.
On a series of questions about whether Tsai has implemented any of the political platforms she presented before the presidential election of Jan 16, 53.3 percent said Tsai’s cross-Taiwan Strait policy has met her ideas on cross-strait relations espoused before the election, while 25.5 percent disagreed. [FULL STORY]