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Percentage Distribution of the Questionnaire for the Survey (October 22 ~ 24, 2011)

Percentage Distribution of the Questionnaire for the Survey (October 22 ~ 24, 2011)

Survey Date: October 22 to 24, 2011

Number of Effective Samples: 1,072

Survey Commissioned by: Mainland Affairs Council, Executive Yuan

Survey Unit: China Credit Information Service, Ltd.

 

1. The Cross-Strait Nuclear Power Safety Cooperation Agreement signed at this round of talks can reduce the occurrence of nuclear plant accidents through cross-strait information and experience exchange and cooperation in the area of nuclear power safety. Do you believe this will be conducive or unconducive to the public's safety and the environmental ecology?

Very conducive

Slightly conducive

Somewhat unconducive

Totally unconducive

Don't know /

No opinion

35.9%

38.2%

10.1%

11.2%

4.7%

74.1%

21.3%

4.7%

2. After signing the Cross-Strait Nuclear Power Safety Cooperation Agreement, in the event of a nuclear plant accident, the two sides will be able to immediately notify the other side through an emergency reporting mechanism so that preventive and response measures can be adopted. Do you believe this is conducive or unconducive to protecting the life and property of the public?

Very conducive

Slightly conducive

Somewhat  unconducive

Totally unconducive

Don't know

/No opinion

39.8%

37.4%

9.4%

11.0%

2.3%

77.2%

20.4%

2.3%

3. Under the Cross-Strait Nuclear Power Safety Cooperation Agreement, the two sides will establish a "nuclear power safety information exchange mechanism" and an "emergency accident notification mechanism." Are you satisfied or unsatisfied with this negotiation outcome?  

Very satisfied

Somewhat satisfied

Slightly unsatisfied

Very unsatisfied

Don't know /

No opinion

17.3%

54.0%

10.4%

9.3%

9.0%

71.3%

19.7%

9.0%

4. During this round of talks, the government and the Mainland side reached phased results on the Cross-Strait Investment Protection Agreement, including extending the protection scope to Taiwanese investment made in the Mainland via third places, a requirement that the families of Taiwanese businesspersons arrested or detained in the Mainland be notified within 24 hours, and the strengthening of commercial dispute resolution, among other issues. Do you feel satisfied or unsatisfied with this progress?

Very satisfied

Somewhat satisfied

Slightly unsatisfied

Very unsatisfied

Don't know /

No opinion

15.3%

56.1%

8.6%

6.8%

13.2%

71.4%

15.4%

13.2%

5. Due to the broad scope of the talks on cross-strait investment protection, the government is proceeding with negotiations under the principle that "it is better to sign a good agreement than an early one" to strengthen protections for the rights, interests, and personal safety of the Taiwan people investing in the Mainland. Do you approve or disapprove of this approach?

Strongly approve

Somewhat approve

Slightly disapprove

Strongly disapprove

Don't know /

No opinion

28.1%

50.4%

9.5%

8.4%

3.6%

78.5%

17.9%

3.6%

6. Do you support or not support the government's decision to continue negotiations with the Mainland side on issues related to cross-strait investment protection at the next round of talks?

Strongly support

Somewhat support

Do not support very much

Strongly do not support

Don't know /

No opinion

39.7%

43.2%

6.1%

7.7%

3.3%

82.9%

13.8%

3.3%

7. Do you support or not support the continuation of institutionalized cross-strait negotiations to resolve cross-strait exchange issues?

Strongly support

Somewhat support

Do not support very much

Completely do not support

Don't know / No opinion

43.3%

41.5%

5.5%

7.5%

2.2%

84.8%

13.0%

2.2%

8. During the three-plus years of the Ma Administration, the SEF and the ARATS have held seven institutionalized talks and signed 16 agreements. Do you believe this has protected Taiwan's interests or not?

Yes

No

Don't know /

No opinion

60.9%

28.7%

10.4%

9. During the three-plus years of the Ma Administration, the SEF and the ARATS have held seven institutionalized talks and signed 16 agreements. Do you believe this has protected Taiwan's national sovereignty or not?

Yes

No

Don't know /

No opinion

56.3%

31.8%

11.8%