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2020-02-04T01:40:15.002Z

SBS conducted a poll last week for the general election area of ​​interest. I've been delivering the results since yesterday. Today, I'll take a look at Daegu-dong and Busan Bukgangseogap. This is Yun Nara. I asked who is the candidate for Daegu-dong to be a member of the National Assembly.



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SBS conducted a poll last week for the general election area of ​​interest. Since yesterday (2nd), I've been delivering the results. Today we will look at Daegu-dong and Busan Bukgangseogap.

This is Yun Nara.

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I asked who is the candidate for Daegu-dong to be a member of the National Assembly.

Sae Conservative Party, Seung-Min Yoo, a conservative member of the district, 20.9%, former Democrat Lee Seung-chun, 11.1%, former Korean Parliamentary Chairman Kim Gyu-hwan, 10.1%, former party member Kim Gyu-hwan, 6.9% for the former Democratic Party, Lee Jae-yoon, former Korean National Food Minister Kim Jae-su A government spokesman for the Blue House was surveyed at 4 percent.

Based on this goodness of fit, we investigated the hypothetical battle.

Democratic Lee Seung-chun, South Korea's Kim Gyu-hwan, and new conservative Yoo Seung-min showed 21.1% vs. 27.3% vs. 27.7%.

It is difficult to determine the superiority because the support rate is within the margin of error.

In the other three virtual battles that turn the Korean Party into Kim Jae-soo (Democratic Lee Seung-cheon 22.6%, South Korea Kim Jae-soo 26.0%, New Conservative Yoo Seung-min 25.7%) %) All were close encounters in the margin of error.

Given the regional characteristics that were the political foundation of former President Park Geun-hye, he asked whether candidates' stance on Park's impeachment would influence the decision of support candidates.

60.1% of respondents said they would affect Daegu-dong.

In the fictional confrontation between Busan Democratic Representative Jeon Jae-soo and former Korean Party Park Min-shik, the Bukgangseobap in Busan is likely to have a fourth confrontation, with 51.4 percent of former members and 35.6 percent of former members of Park.

SBS commissioned a polling agency, Ipsos, to survey 505 voters in 505 Daegu-dong and 510 Busan Bugangseobap from 28 to 30 last month. 4.3% P to 4.4% P.

(Video Editing: Park Jung Sam)

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Source: sbskr

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