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Public Support for Special State-to-State Relationship (1999-09)

Public Support for "Special State-to-State Relationship"(1999.9)

PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR
"SPECIAL STATE-TO-STATE RELATIONSHIP"
President Lee Tenghui's Remarks July 9, 1999

Fourteen Public Opinion Surveys September,1999

Date
(EffectiveSamples)
Agency
Questions
Percentage
(%)
July 10-11,1999
(1012)
United Daily News Poll Center Some argue that "Taiwan and the Mainland are of a special state-to-state relationship". Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
48.9%
29.6%
21.6%
July 12, 1999
(814)
TVBS Poll Center In an interview with German media, President Lee said that "the cross-strait relation is a special state-to-state relation." Do you agree the relation between Taiwan and the Mainland is a special state-to-state relation? Agree
Disagree
No comment
56.1%
22%
21.9%
July 1999
(some 800)
KMT Institute on Policy Research and Development Views on President Lee's "state-to-state relationship."    
Agree very much
Agree
Agree not much
Disagree
32.3%
28.6%
18.8%
7.8%
Agree
Disagree
60.9%
26.6%
July 14-15, 1999
(1029)
Shan Shui Poll Survey Co. (trusted by Global Television and the Journalist) Views on state-to-state relationship. Agree
Disagree
No comment
43%
18%
20%
July 15, 1999
(843)
United Daily News Poll Center Recently some argue that "the relation between Taiwan and the Mainland is a kind of special state-to-state relation." Do you agree with it or not? Agree
Disagree
No comment
45.9%
26.5%
27.6%
July 14-15, 1999
(1103)
Trendgo Survey Research Center (trusted by Chinese Association for Eurasian Studies) President Lee believes that "the cross-strait relation is a special state-to-state relation." Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
73.3%
17.3%
9.4%
Agree very much
Agree
Agree not much
Disagree
No idea
34.2%
39.1%
11%
6.3%
9.4%
July 16-17, 1999
(1009)
Opinion Poll Foundation (trusted by Legislator Cheng Lung-shui's) Views on President Lee's statement that "cross-strait relation is a special state-to-state relation." Agree
Disagree
55.2%
23.4%
July 17-18, 1999
(1376)
KMT Central Policy Committee Views on President Lee's "special state-to-state relation" Agree
Disagree
57.3%
27.5%
July 19-20, 1999
(587 enterprise managers)
Business Weekly In an interview with German media, President Lee said that "the cross-strait relation is a special state-to-state relation." Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
78.4%
15.3%
6.3%
July 23-24, 1999
(995)
United Daily New Poll Center Recently some argue that "Taiwan and the Mainland are of a special state-to-state relationship." Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
55.8%
24.1%
20.1%
August 5, 1999
(elite in businesses)
Far Eastern Economic Review and CNBC Asia Views on President Lee's "special state-to-state relationship".
Note: The respondents of this survey are 10 elite from business sector of 10 Asian countries. The survey shows that President Lee's statement obtains 61% of support rate from the respondents; and as high as 81.8% of the business elite from Taiwan support President Lee's statement.
Agree
Disagree
No comment
81.8%
13.6%
4.6%
August 5-6, 1999
(1130)
Shan Shui Poll Survey Co. (trusted by Global Television and the Journalist) Views on state-to-state relationship. Agree
Disagree
54.7%
24.5%
August 27-31, 1999
(1067)
China Credit Information Service, Ltd. (trusted by Mainland Affairs Council) Views on Taiwan and the Mainland are of a special state-to-state relationship." Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
65.5%
24.8%
9.7%
September 14-15, 1999
(1065)
United Daily New Poll Center Recently some argue that "Taiwan and the Mainland are of a special state-to-state relationship." Do you agree with it? Agree
Disagree
No comment
54.0%
23.6%
22.5%

September, 1999
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