asked if they would vote in the next presidential election, 95.9% answered that they would.
As a desirable result of the presidential election, more respondents said regime change than regime re-creation.
This content was compiled by reporter Koh Ji-hyeon.
We asked about the turnout, which is directly related to the outcome of the presidential election, and whether or not to vote.
82% would definitely do it, and 95.9% would vote if possible with 13.9% would.
By age group, the respondents who said they would definitely do it were the highest at 88% in their 60s or older and the lowest at 72.5% in their 20s or younger.
By candidate support, 90% of candidates for Lee Jae-myung and 89.4% of candidates for Yoon Seok-yeol answered that they would definitely vote.
When asked what outcome they think would be more desirable in the next presidential election, 36.4% of re-creation of government and 55.3% of regime change answered 'regime change' by 18.9% points.
Compared to last month's SBS survey, regime re-creation increased by 0.2 percentage points and regime change decreased by 0.4 percentage points.
The gap between regime re-creation and replacement narrowed from 17.2 percentage points in August to 12.5 percentage points in September, widened again to 19.5 percentage points in October, and narrowed slightly in this survey.
The party approval ratings were 32.2% for People's Power, 28.5% for the Democratic Party, 2.9% for the Justice Party, 2.9% for the People's Party, and 1.9% for the Open Democratic Party.
29.2% of the respondents said they did not support a political party.
The approval rating for the president's state affairs was 38.4% doing well and 56.9% not doing well.
This survey was commissioned by SBS and Nextresearch, a polling company, and 1,025 voters nationwide through wired and wireless telephone interview surveys from the 6th to the 7th received responses, and the sampling error is 95% confidence level, plus or minus 3.1%P.
(Video editing: Choi Eun-jin, CG: Seo Hyun-joong · Seo Seung-hyun)
Investigation Request: SBS
Research Agency: Next Research
Date and Time: November 6-7, 2021
Survey Subject: 1,025 men and women over the age of 18 nationwide (wired RDD and wireless virtual number after gender, age, and region assignment) Extraction)
Survey method: Wired/wireless telephone interview survey (wireless 86%, landline 14%)
Response rate: 21.1% (1,025 people contacted 4,851 people, and 1,025 people succeeded)
Weighting method: Weighted values by gender, age, and region (cell weighted/2021) Based on the resident registration population of the Ministry of Public Administration and Security at the end of October, 2017)
Sample error: ±3.1% points (95% confidence level)
For more information, visit the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee or SBS website.
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