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The results of a poll on the 27th showed that former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol allowed Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung to come back in six weeks in the next presidential candidate’s suitability map.
As a result of a survey conducted by Winzi Korea Consulting on 1,08 people aged 18 and over nationwide from the 24th to the 25th at the request of the Asian economy, the approval rate of the branch was 28.6%, up 2.8 percentage points from the previous survey two weeks ago.
Former President Yoon was 24.3%, down 2.1 percentage points from two weeks ago.
After recording 33.3% in the second week of June, Yoon’s approval rating fell for six consecutive weeks, leaving the governor Lee to take the lead. The gap is 4.3 percentage points, which is within the margin of error (±3.1 percentage points at the 95% confidence level).
Lee Nak-yeon, former chairman of the Democratic Party of Korea, recorded 16.9 percent, up 0.5 percentage points from two weeks ago, and former Auditor General Choi Jae-hyung, followed by 5.9 percent, up 1.8 percentage points.
Rep. Hong Joon-pyo of People’s Power received 5.0 percent, and former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae received 3.4 percent, respectively.
Among the Democratic Party supporters, Governor Lee received 51.4%, former President Lee 34.1%, and former Minister Choo 4.0%.
Among the supporters of the People’s Power, former President Yoon 51.8%, former President Choi 11.9%, Hong 11.8%, and former Assemblyman Yoo Seungmin 5.2% were in order.
In the virtual bilateral confrontation, it was found that former President Yoon was 1.5 percentage points ahead of this branch (42.4%) with 43.9%.
On the other hand, former President Lee led former President Yoon by 45.6% to 43.4%, two consecutive times following two weeks ago.
Winzi Korea said, “71.0% of the respondents who supported the governor in the multilateral confrontation supported Lee in the bilateral confrontation. On the other hand, only 47.7% of the supporters of the former representative in the multilateral confrontation supported the governor in the bilateral confrontation.” he explained.
For more information on this survey, please visit the website of the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee.
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