In the next presidential preference survey, Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myeong was the first to lead the Democratic Party's Rep. Lee Nak-yeon.

When Gallup Korea asked who he thought was good for the next three days from the 11th, 19% of the respondents answered that it was Governor Lee. This is a 6 percentage point increase from the previous month. Congressman Lee dropped 7 percentage points to 17%, dropping from the 1st place for 7 months to the 2nd place.

Then, Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol (9%), National Assembly Representative Ahn Chul-soo (3%), and independent lawmaker Hong Jun-pyo (2%).

The survey was conducted with 1,1 people over the age of 18 nationwide. The sample error is ±3.1% points at a 95% confidence level.

After the results of the approval rating came out, Rep. Nak-yeon Lee replied to the question of reporters he met in the National Assembly, "People are always moving." In a statement that was released soon, he said, "The disappointment and frustration of the people also apply to me," and "It is time for the ruling party to look back. I will look back"

On the other hand, Governor Lee Jae-myeong has been spared and has not released an official response so far. He also held an emergency press conference for Corona 19, showing that he was devoted to his usual work.

Let's look at the reactions of the two presidential runners who were mixed with each other.

(Composition: Eul-sun Cho, editor: Hee-sun Kim)