70% Taiwan young people are willing to fight for Taiwan? Media: deviating from the true public opinion

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 70% Taiwan young people are willing to fight for Taiwan? Media: deviating from the true public opinion


The editorial said that it was possible to identify doubtful points by comparing similar polls conducted by the same executive agencies in the same period. The Taiwan Security Survey commissioned by the Duke University commissioned a general election research center also asked similar questions, but the result was contrary to Xu Sijians statement. When asked about the Taiwan independence will lead to the mainland Wu Tong, more than 5 of the people, including the young people, admit that they will oppose the Taiwan independence. When the war between the two sides of the Taiwan Straits is asked, more than 6 or more of the age groups are more than 39 years of age under the age of 39. The highest reached 3 or above, far above the group over 40 years old, and only 1 percent of those willing to resist. The two surveys are carried out by the general election Research Center, which should exclude the institutional effect that easily leads to differences in polling data. Further exploration can be found that devil is hidden in details, and Xu Si Jians findings reveal the common inducement phenomenon in polls. If the questionnaire is only the value choice of interviewees in principle, such as whether to fight for Taiwan, few people will make a negative answer in the face of political correct pressure. Once the questions about reality are asked, they will lead to completely different results. The editorial pointed out that, in fact, even if 1 of the people are willing to resist, I am afraid it is not true enough. Many people in Taiwan subconsciously believe that once the outbreak of war in the Taiwan Strait, the United States will rescue, and that is the premise for resistance. It can be seen that this poll has achieved the effect of exaggerating the propaganda effect of the American military platform and the high resistance of the people of Taiwan. In fact, it is to make public opinion with the techniques of the polls, to convince the people of Taiwan to have external force support, and to let the United States believe that the resistance of Taiwan is high and it is worth the rescue of the US Army. Judging whether the polling data is credible, in addition to taking into account the institutional effect and studying the questionnaire design, it is also necessary to consult to grasp the social pulsation correctly. Another result of the Duke University survey is particularly noteworthy. When asked about the economic and trade problems on both sides of the Straits, up to 6 per cent of the population support further strengthening, and the proportion of young people under 29 years of age is 7. In addition, there are nearly 7 of the people in Taiwan believe that cross-strait relations are not good, Taiwans economy will also be affected. The editorials believe that the true wishes of the people of Taiwan are clearly expressed. That is, the Taiwanese do not want to see the war and are more reluctant to be tied to the Taiwan independence chariot. In order to avoid the war, the overwhelming majority of Taiwanese will oppose the Taiwan independence. On the other hand, the people of Taiwan prefer to see the strengthening of cross-strait economic and trade exchanges, and hope to realize Taiwans economic development through cross-strait exchanges. These are the goals that CAI has failed to achieve, and even contrary to the whole orientation of the two sides of the green camp. Under such circumstances, Cais support for cross-strait policy has repeatedly fallen below 5. Source: Taiwan China Network Editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138