Former Prime Minister Lee Na-gyung of the ruling party, known as the “Chinese sect,” has officially announced his candidacy for the Korean presidential election in March next year.
The opinion poll has the second highest approval rating within the ruling party, and we would like to expand support for the party's official candidate selection two months later.
Former Prime Minister Lee Na-gyung of South Korea's ruling Democratic Party of Korea released a video on SNS on the 5th, appealing that he will do everything in his power to deal with the new coronavirus and close the gap, and run for the presidential election in March next year. Formally announced.
Regarding relations with North Korea, he emphasized that "South Korea must play a leading role in institutionally establishing peace on the Korean Peninsula."
"Our diplomacy between the United States and China must be wise and sophisticated," he said, highlighting his achievements as he met with the leaders of each country as prime minister.
Lee Na-kyung, who has been stationed in Tokyo as a correspondent for the Korean media and is known as the “Chinese sect,” has served as prime minister for about two years and seven months since the inauguration of the Moon Jae-in administration. As an adult, I visited Japan to attend the "Moon Jae-in Government" and had a meeting with Prime Minister Abe at that time.
According to the latest poll of Korea Gallup, Lee Na-gyung's approval rating is 6%, which is the second highest in the ruling party as a suitable person for the next president, but Gyeonggi (the most popular person in the ruling party) Gyeonggi-do Governor Lee Jae-myung is nearly 20 points away, and we would like to expand support for the party's official candidate selection scheduled for early September.
The latest poll results from South Korea
The Korean polling agency, Gallup Korea, announced on the 2nd of this month the results of the latest poll, which asked about the right person for the next president.
According to this, former prosecutor Yoon Seok-you, who made a de facto candidacy for the presidential election last week, received the most support from 25% of the respondents.
Mr. Yun is not currently a member of the political party, but 60% of the people who support the "people's power" are expecting to join the party from the largest opposition party "people's power" aiming to regain power. I'm choosing Mr.
Following Mr. Yun, Governor Lee Jae-myung of Gyeonggi-do near Seoul, who belongs to the ruling Democratic Party of Korea, accounts for 24%.
Former Prime Minister Lee Na-gyung, who officially announced his candidacy on the 5th, is in third place, but his approval rating is 6%, which is far behind the top two.
Also, 32% do not reveal who they support at this stage.
For next year's presidential election, 49% want to win an opposition candidate for a change of government, and 38% want to win a ruling party candidate to stay in power.