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this poll, I asked about the response of former Park Mayor Park Soon-won to the suspicion of sexual harassment, and more respondents said it was inappropriate. The pros and cons were similar whether the Democratic Party should nominate candidates for the Seoul and Busan mayoral elections next year.

Reporter Park Ha-jung.


Park Won-soon, the former government mayor, responded to the government's response to suspicion of sexual assault by 55.5% of respondents who seemed to defend the deceased rather than by protecting victims or identifying the facts. Was 37%.

More than 50% of respondents said that the response was inadequate for both men and women, and by age, the predominant response was that it was a prudent response only in the 40s.

In April of next year, we asked about the nomination of the Seoul Mayor and Busan Mayor elections.

The Democratic Party Party Constitution stipulates that candidates for elected offices in the party will not be candidates for major elections due to serious mistakes.

The opinion was that 48% should not be nominated according to the party's constitution, and 44.3% should be revising the party's constitution.

However, the supporters of the Democratic Party suggested that they should nominate by 26.8 percentage points.

I asked the supporters of the Democratic Party who would be suitable for the next party to be elected next month, with 54% Lee Nak-yeon, 10.7% Kim Bu-gyeom and 9.7% Park Ju-min.

In this survey, SBS commissioned Ipsos, a public opinion polling agency, on the 24th and 25th, through a wired and wireless telephone interview, 1,200 males and females over the age of 18 were surveyed, and the sample error was ±3.1% at a 95% confidence level. Point.

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