As a result of public opinion polls related to the April 15th general election, public announcements will be banned on the 9th of this year, and so-called 'flashing elections' will begin.

Voters cast a vote in situations where it is not known which candidate will lead or lag behind in their district.

Above all, considering that there are still a few who have not yet decided on the candidates and political parties, their 'big move' will likely influence the results of the general election.

During this period, the incense of the floating layer is truly misty.

Therefore, the opposition parties should focus on gathering supporters, but are expected to play a vital role in catching the floating class.

According to the Central Election Commission on the 8th, the results of public opinion polls that predict the degree of political party support or the possibility of winning the election cannot be disclosed or reported from the 9th of the coming day under the Public Election Act until the end of the election.

This is to reduce the likelihood that unfair or inaccurate polls before elections will undermine election fairness and affect voter judgment.

In the case of political parties and candidates, it is a policy to respond to ever-changing judgments through opinion polls, etc. However, as the results of investigations by external organizations are not disclosed, there is no limit to 'quick response'.

In particular, it is difficult to read the entire election flow in this election, as the floating class still maintains a considerable level.

In the Korea Gallup party's political party support survey announced on the 3rd (from the 31st to the 2nd of the last month, surveys of 12,000 people aged 18 and over nationwide, refer to the website of the Central Election Survey Review Committee), the floating class was 22%, out of 5 voters It is one person.

It is the scale that can affect the whole game as well as the encounter, and everyone is struggling to catch the floating floor.