The president’s approval rating is 33.4%. 1.2% down from last week

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A public opinion poll came out on the 21st which showed that the approval rating of President Seok-Yeol Yoon, who had recently visited the ASEAN-G20 Summit, had dropped in a week.

Realmeter, a public opinion polling company, commissioned Media Tribune to survey 2,516 voters aged 18 and older between the 14th and 18th, and found that 33.4% of respondents gave a positive evaluation and 63.8% gave a negative evaluation.

Compared to last week, the positive evaluation decreased by 1.2%p and the negative evaluation increased by 0.4%p. The difference between positive and negative evaluations was 30.4%p, more than a week ago (28.8%p).

Over the past five weeks, the positive evaluation of President Yoon’s performance of state affairs has ranged from 32.9% → 35.7% → 34.2% → 34.6% → 33.4%.

Bae Chul-ho, a senior expert at Real Meter, said, “It is a very painful and embarrassing moment for the President’s office, which tried to reverse the approval rating through diplomatic rallies at home and abroad.” It’s a phenomenon that can be seen when.”

By region, approval ratings for state affairs fell by 6.8 percentage points in Gwangju and Jeolla, 6.6 percentage points in Daejeon, Sejong, and Chungcheong, 4.3 percentage points in Busan, Ulsan, and Gyeongnam, and 2.1 percentage points in Seoul. On the other hand, it rose 4.5%p in Daegu and Gyeongbuk and 1.4%p in Incheon and Gyeonggi.

In the survey of political party support, the power of the people was 33.8%, down 2.3% the previous year. The Democratic Party of Korea was on 48.1%, up 1.3 percentage points. The power of the people, whose approval rating is on the decline, fell to the low range of 30% in about 11 months after the first week of January (34.6%), recording the lowest level this year.

Senior expert member Bae explained, “Public Administration and Security Minister Lee Sang-min’s comments of ‘resigning in style’ and former Yongsan Police Chief Lee Im-jae’s ‘don’t know’ answers are analyzed to have touched public sentiment. “(Democratic Party) predicted that the arrest of Jeong Jin-ganu, the discovery of cash in Rep. Noh Woong-rae’s house, and the participation of current lawmakers in the ‘regime resignation rally’ could have a negative impact in the future.”

The Justice Party was counted at 4%, up 0.8%p since last week.

For more information, visit the National Election Survey Discussion Committee website.

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