The results of the poll released by the polling agency Realmeter on Monday (3rd) show that the former Attorney General Yoon Seok-yue is still the most popular candidate for the next Korean president, but the gap in popularity between him and the governor of Gyeonggi-do, Lee Jae-myung, has narrowed to one. Digits.
Yonhap News Agency reported that Realmeter was commissioned by the online media OhmyNews to conduct a survey of the support rate of the next general election of 2,578 adults across the country from April 26 to 30. Yin Xiyue was far ahead with 32%, and Li Zaiming followed closely with 23.8%.
cccccccccccThe gap between the two most popular potential candidates from the ruling and opposition parties narrowed from 13% to 8.2%
Yin Xiyue’s approval rate fell mainly in Seoul (4.2%), people in their 60s (6.1%), those in the conservative camp (4.1%), and those in the progressive camp (3.3%).
And Lee Jae-Ming’s support rate is mainly in Chungcheong area (8.1%), Seoul (6.7%), people in their 30s (7.6%), people in their 50s (4.4%), support for progress and people in the middle camp (each 2.8 percentage points).
The approval rate of Li Luoyuan, the former leader of the Democratic Party, was 9%, a decline of 2.9 percentage points from the previous month, and it fell for two consecutive months. This is followed by non-party member Hong Junpyo (5%), Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon (4.5%), Kuomintang Party leader An Cheol-soo (4.1%), former Minister of Justice Qiu Miai (2.2%), and former member of the National Assembly Yoo Seung Min (2.1).
The confidence level of this poll is 95%, and the error value is plus or minus 1.9 percentage points.