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Tsai Ing-wen wins DPP primary poll by wide margin

  • published: 14 Jun 2019
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The DPP\'\'s primary poll results are out. President Tsai Ing-wen will be representing the DPP in next year\'\'s presidential elections, after beating challenger Lai Ching-te by 8.2 percentage points. According to these results, both DPP candidates would come out ahead in a presidential race with KMT primary candidate Han Kuo-yu and independent prospect Ko Wen-je.Cho Jung-taiDPP chairmanWhat we can announce is that comrade Tsai Ing-wen has won this presidential primary.The primary results are out, and President Tsai has won the DPP nomination. The polls, which were conducted by five different polling companies, show Tsai beating her KMT and independent opposition by a wide margin. Tsai had an average support rate of 35.6%, well over Han\'\'s 24.5% and Ko\'\'s 22.7%. Her challenger Lai also won in a three-way race, squeaking by Ko by just 0.1 percentage points. But in the end, it came down to Tsai versus Lai, and with a lead of more than 8 percentage points, Tsai emerged as the face of the DPP in 2020.Cho Jung-taiDPP party chairmanPerhaps this was meant to be … We see the people of Hong Kong show such courage as they fight for this generation of Hong Kongers, as they exercise their rights and take action to achieve their vision. We see that they are doing this so that the next generation of Hong Kongers won\'\'t have to carry that burden. Likewise, on this day, after 86 days, we have produced a candidate for the 2020 presidential election.The primary poll indicates that a DPP candidate could defeat both a KMT candidate and an independent in 2020. But some observers say that the intern...

Tsai Ing-wen wins DPP primary poll by wide margin

  • published: 14 Jun 2019
  • views: 1592

The DPP\'\'s primary poll results are out. President Tsai Ing-wen will be representing the DPP in next year\'\'s presidential elections, after beating challenger Lai Ching-te by 8.2 percentage points. According to these results, both DPP candidates would come out ahead in a presidential race with KMT primary candidate Han Kuo-yu and independent prospect Ko Wen-je.Cho Jung-taiDPP chairmanWhat we can announce is that comrade Tsai Ing-wen has won this presidential primary.The primary results are out, and President Tsai has won the DPP nomination. The polls, which were conducted by five different polling companies, show Tsai beating her KMT and independent opposition by a wide margin. Tsai had an average support rate of 35.6%, well over Han\'\'s 24.5% and Ko\'\'s 22.7%. Her challenger Lai also won in a three-way race, squeaking by Ko by just 0.1 percentage points. But in the end, it came down to Tsai versus Lai, and with a lead of more than 8 percentage points, Tsai emerged as the face of the DPP in 2020.Cho Jung-taiDPP party chairmanPerhaps this was meant to be … We see the people of Hong Kong show such courage as they fight for this generation of Hong Kongers, as they exercise their rights and take action to achieve their vision. We see that they are doing this so that the next generation of Hong Kongers won\'\'t have to carry that burden. Likewise, on this day, after 86 days, we have produced a candidate for the 2020 presidential election.The primary poll indicates that a DPP candidate could defeat both a KMT candidate and an independent in 2020. But some observers say that the intern...



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