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Survey: 60% Taiwanese unhappy with cross-Strait ties under DPP

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-04-28 10:10

TAIPEI -- A survey of more than 1,000 people in Taiwan has showed that over 60 percent are dissatisfied with cross-Strait relations under the administration of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

According to a poll by the Taiwan Competitiveness Forum Thursday, 60.1 percent of the 1,085 respondents were not content with the DPP's handling of cross-Strait ties, much higher than the 24 percent who were satisfied.

Meanwhile, over half believed that the DPP administration's refusal to recognize the 1992 Consensus would harm Taiwan's development.

"Multiple polls have showed the Taiwan people's dissatisfaction with the current administration is getting higher since the DPP party took office a year ago, so a return to the 1992 Consensus urgently needed," said forum chairman Hsieh Ming-hui.

A total of 1,085 adults aged 20 and older, across Taiwan's 22 cities and counties, were surveyed by telephone in mid-April.

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