In a survey on the preferences of the next presidential candidate, the Yanggang structure of the People’s Power presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, the former Prosecutor General, and the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, the governor of Gyeonggi Province, continues.
Today (30th), realmeter, a polling agency, announced the results of a preference survey for the next presidential candidate, which was conducted for 2,043 people aged 18 and over nationwide for two days from the 27th to the 28th, commissioned by OhmyNews.
According to the survey, former President Yoon recorded 28.0%, an increase of 3.8 percentage points from the survey in the second week of September. During the same period, this branch increased 0.6 percentage points to 27.6%. The gap between the two candidates is 0.4 percentage points, a close match within the margin of error.
Former President Yoon was in his 50s (5.8%p↑) and 60s ( 5.8%p↑) and people in their 40s (5.5%p↑), etc.
In particular, the supporters of the People’s Power rose by 3.5 percentage points from the previous survey and regained the majority (52.1%). It was also found that preference was also increased among the shaman class (4.7%p↑) and the middle class (4.9%p↑).
Gwangju and Jeolla (3.4%p↑), Seoul (1.4%p↑), etc., and those over 70 (4.6%p↑), and those in their 40s (2.1%p↑), etc. , the Open Democratic Party supporters raised 4.7 percentage points.
Behind the two candidates were Hong Joon-pyo, a member of the People’s Power, and Lee Nak-yeon, former leader of the Democratic Party of Korea. Rep. Hong recorded 14.9%, down 0.7 percentage points from the previous survey, and former CEO Lee recorded 12.3%, down 1.4 percentage points.
It was followed by former People’s Power Representative Yoo Seung-min (2.5%), former Representative Hwang Kyo-ahn (2.0%), former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae (1.7%), Justice Party lawmaker Shim Sang-jeong (1.5%), People’s Party Chairman Ahn Cheol-su (1.3%), and former auditor Choi Jae-hyung It was followed by the president (1.0%) and former Justice Party leader Lee Jeong-mi (0.8%). Others accounted for 0.6%, none was 2.1%, and not sure was 1.1%.
In a survey on the suitability of the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, Governor Lee and former President Lee had a close battle within the margin of error.
This branch recorded 33.4%, down 1.5 percentage points from the survey in the second week of September, and former CEO Lee recorded a 5.0 percentage point increase to 31.0%. The gap between the two candidates was 2.4 percentage points, narrowing 6.5 percentage points from the survey in the second week of September (8.9 percentage points gap).
Behind the two candidates were Rep. Park Yong-jin (5.8%) and former Minister Choo (4.9%). 20.0% answered no, and 5.1% did not know.
Among Democratic supporters, this governor is 62.5%. On the other hand, former CEO Lee received 29.6% of the survey. Rep. Park received 0.5% and former Minister Choo 5.2%.
In the survey on the suitability of conservative opposition presidential candidates, former President Yoon received 31.3% and Rep. Hong recorded 27.8%. It is a close match within the margin of error. Former President Yoon rose 5.5 percentage points from the second week of September survey, while Rep. Hong fell 4.8 percentage points.
Next, Rep. Yoo (12.8%, 2.7%p↑), CEO Ahn (3.8%, 0.6%p↓), former President Choi (2.4%, 1.3%p↓), and former CEO Hwang (2.1%, 0.1%p↓) ) and so on. 10.3% answered no, and 2.7% did not know.
Among the supporters of the People’s Power, former President Yoon received 54.8% and Rep. Hong 28.7%. The gap is 26.1%, which is outside the margin of error. Behind them, Rep. Yoo received 4.7% of the vote, Ahn 1.8%, former President Choi 2.5%, and former CEO Hwang 1.7%.
The sampling error for this study is ±2.2% at the 95% confidence level. For more information, visit the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee or the Real Meter website.