The gap between positive and negative in support for President Moon Jae-in’s performance of state administration is reopening. Compared to the previous survey, the positive evaluation fell further and the negative evaluation rose. The evacuation tax was high in the middle class.
On the 22nd, Real Meter, a specialized public opinion poll, announced the results of an opinion poll on President Moon’s state administration on the 15th and 19th at the request of YTN.
In this survey, positive evaluation was counted to 40.6%, down 0.7 percentage points from the previous week, and negative evaluation was 56.1%, up 1.4 percentage points from the previous week. ‘Don’t know, no response’ decreased 0.7 percentage points to 3.3%.
The difference between positive evaluation and negative evaluation is 15.5%. In the last week’s survey, negative ratings, which had collapsed from the top of the uptrend, rise again to the high half of the 50% range, widening the gap with positive ratings. In particular, positive ratings (42.5% → 34.0% 8.5%p↓) fell sharply in the middle class. The negative evaluation (53.8%→64.4% 10.6%p↑) rose sharply. Realmeter mainly exposed the controversy over inspections during the MB administration, the occurrence of defectors on the Civil Control Line and the failure of alerts, the resignation of Supreme Court Chief Kim Myung-soo, and the conflict between Min Jeong-soo and Minister Park Beom-gye. It was analyzed as having an influence.
Looking at the daily flow, President Moon’s approval rating was 42.9% on the 15th → 40.6% on the 16th →17 days 37.4%→ 38.9% on the 18th → 42.7% on the 19th.
The 17th, which fell sharply, was the day when the Blue House publicly confirmed the statement of chief executive Shin.
By age group, they fell in their 30s (5.9%p↓, 46.2%→40.3%, negative evaluation 56.1%), 60s (1.6%p↓, 34.9%→33.3%, negative evaluation 63.4%), and 70s and older (1.9%) It rose in p↑, 32.9%→34.8%, negative evaluation 60.3%) and in their 50s (1.5%p↑, 42.3%→43.8%, negative evaluation 54.5%).
By gender, it fell in women (2.5%p↓, 43.8%→41.3%, negative evaluation 54.7%), and men (1.1%p↑, 38.8%→39.9%, negative evaluation 57.4%).
By region, Daejeon, Sejong and Chungcheong (5.3%p↓, 45.0%→39.7%, negative evaluation 59.1%), Seoul (2.9%p↓, 41.5%→38.6%, negative evaluation 57.4%), Busan, Ulsan, Gyeongnam ( It fell from 1.0%p↓, 35.9%→34.9%, negative evaluation 59.9%), while Gwangju and Jeolla (3.0%p↑, 57.9%→60.9%, negative evaluation 35.9%), Daegu and Gyeongbuk (1.8%p↑, 25.7) %→27.5%, and negative evaluation 68.7%).
The party’s approval rating was 31.8%, up by 0.7 percentage points compared to the previous survey, and the Democratic Party at 31.6%, down 1.4 percentage points.
The Nationalist Party rose 1.2 percentage points to 7.9%, the Open Democratic Party fell 0.7 percentage points to 6%, the Justice Party fell 0.6 percentage points to 4.7%, and the Basic Income Party rose 0.3 percentage points to 1%. The number of shamans was 14.4%, unchanged from the second week of February.
This survey was conducted by randomly making calls through a randomly generated sampling frame in parallel with wireless phones (80%) and landlines (20%). As a result of trying to call 58,045 voters over the age of 18, the final 3010 respondents completed a response rate of 5.2%. The sampling error is ±1.8%p at the 95% confidence level. For detailed survey summary and results, refer to the Real Meter homepage or the Central Election Survey Deliberation Committee homepage.
Park Tae-geun, Dong-A.com reporter firstname.lastname@example.org
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