People Power Party 37% vs. Democratic Party 35% vs. New Reform Party 3% [갤럽]

People Power Party 37% vs. Democratic Party 35% vs. New Reform Party 3% [갤럽]

President’s approval rating rose by 1 percentage point to 34%.

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The results of a public opinion poll were released on the 23rd showing that President Yoon Seok-yeol’s approval rating for state affairs has slightly increased.

According to a survey conducted by Gallup Korea on 1,003 adult men and women nationwide from the 20th to the 22nd, 34% had positive evaluations of President Yoon’s job performance, and 58% had negative evaluations, respectively.

Positive evaluations increased by 1 percentage point (p) compared to the previous survey, the third week of February (February 13-15), and negative evaluations remained the same.

Positive evaluations have fallen for three consecutive weeks since the second week of January and fell to 29% in the first week of February, but have rebounded for two consecutive weeks.

The reasons for positive evaluation in this survey were ‘diplomacy’ (17%), ‘expansion of medical school students’ (9%), ‘doing well overall’ (6%), ‘economy and people’s livelihood’ (5%), and ‘decision, drive, and ‘Persistence’ (5%), ‘Defense and security’ (4%), ‘Health care policy’ (4%), ‘Work hard and do our best’ (4%), ‘Overcome the previous administration’ (3%) , ‘policies and welfare for the common people’ (3%), and ‘fairness, justice and principles’ (3%).

Reasons for negative evaluation include ‘economy, people’s livelihood, and prices’ (16%), ‘dogmatic and unilateral’ (12%), ‘poor communication’ (10%), ‘generally wrong’ (7%), and ‘diplomacy’ ( 6%), ‘first lady Kim Kun-hee’s problem’ (3%), and ‘not fair’ (3%) were cited.

The approval rating for political parties was 37% for the People Power Party, the same as the previous survey, and 35% for the Democratic Party, up 4 percentage points.

On the 20th, the New Mirae led by co-CEO Nak-yeon Lee broke up with the New Reform Party led by Jun-seok Lee, and as a result of a separate survey of the two parties, the New Mirae Party was counted at 3% and the New Mirae at 1%.

In the previous survey, the New Reform Party, a merger of third zone forces, was surveyed at 4%.

The Green Justice Party accounted for 2%, and the Progressive Party accounted for 1%. Independents who do not support any political party account for 20%.

To understand the image of each political party, Gallup Korea surveyed the political parties that put the most effort into five aspects: ▲ efforts for economic development, ▲ efforts for welfare of the common people, ▲ reflection of public opinion, ▲ efforts for change and reform, and ▲ efforts for a fair society.

The People Power Party was chosen the most with 34% in terms of economic development efforts. The Democratic Party was 25%.

The Democratic Party received 33% for its efforts to provide welfare to the common people, giving it a relative image advantage over the People Power Party (27%).

In terms of reflecting public opinion, the People Power Party was 31% and the Democratic Party 28%. In terms of efforts for change and reform, the People Power Party was 30% and the Democratic Party 22%. In terms of efforts for a fair society, the People Power Party was 30% and the Democratic Party 24%.

The sampling error of this survey is ±3.1%p at the 95% confidence level. The survey was conducted through wireless phone virtual number interviews, and the response rate was 15.5%.

For more information, please refer to the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee website.

Reporter Kim Hyun-joo [email protected]

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