In the survey on the preference for the next political leader, the results of a poll came out today (10th) that Lee Jae-myung, permanent adviser of the Democratic Party of Korea, and Oh Se-hoon, mayor of Seoul took first and second places, respectively.

As a result of a Gallup Korea survey on the preference for the next political leader (a sample error of ±3.1 percentage points at a 95% confidence level) of 1,000 men and women over the age of 18 nationwide from the 7th to the 9th, 15% of the total respondents were Rep. Lee. , followed by Mayor Oh with 10%.

People's Power Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo 6%, Daegu Mayor Hong Jun-pyo 5%, Justice Minister Han Dong-hoon and Gyeonggi-do Governor Kim Dong-yeon elected (4% each), former Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yeon (3%), People's Power Representative Lee Jun-seok (1%) .

46% of respondents did not answer specific people, and 4% answered others.

The survey was conducted in a way that free responses were received without summoning political leadership candidates, and the response rate was 9.4%.

In terms of the People's Power supporters (455 people) alone, Mayor Oh Se-hoon recorded 20%, while Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo, Mayor Hong Jun-pyo, and Minister Han Dong-hoon were divided into 9% each.

41% withheld comments.

Among the Democratic Party supporters (288), Rep. Jae-myung Lee won 41%, showing a big difference from Governor Kim Dong-yeon (6%) and former President Lee Nak-yeon (5%).

Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon, who rose to the top of the 4th term mayor for the first time in history, has greatly increased his preference compared to just after he was elected in the April 7 by-election last year.

At the time of the survey conducted on April 13-15 last year, the preference of Mayor Oh was only 2%.

In addition, Minister Han Dong-hoon was added to the list of next-generation political leaders for the first time this time.

Regarding Minister Han, Gallup Korea said, "She first appeared in the results of a preference survey for future political leaders together with President-elect Kim." He said, "From being nominated as a candidate for the Minister of Justice in April to the personnel hearings, he has been at the center of the topic, and his actions after taking office are also attracting attention. There is," he analyzed the background.

As a result of a Gallup Korea survey of 1,000 people nationwide from May 10 to 12 immediately after the personnel hearing (95% confidence level, sampling error ±3.1 percentage points, response rate 10.3%), Minister Han said, “ 44% 'suitable' and 36% 'not suitable'.

Kim Jong-in, who has been called the 'kingmaker' in politics, appeared on the radio yesterday and picked a minister as a person who could criticize President Yoon Seok-yeol, and said, "How can a minister perform his job as Minister of Justice in the future? Depending on whether it is reflected in the eyes of the public, I think that he or she can even catch a star moment.”

Gallup Korea also analyzed that Kim Dong-yeon, who won the election for governor, received more attention than when he was the last presidential candidate by winning a dramatic comeback victory at the end of the counting.

President Yoon Seok-yeol's approval rating for state affairs (positive evaluation of job performance) was 53%, the same as last week.

The negative evaluation of job performance was 33%, down 1 percentage point from last week.

12% declined to respond, and 2% said neither.

Party approval ratings were 45% People's Power, 29% Democratic Party, 5% Justice Party, and 1% other parties.

Compared to Jeonju, the power of the people was the same, and the Democratic Party decreased by 3 percentage points.

Gallup Korea analyzed, "The approval ratings of both parties had risen from just before the March presidential election to the first week of May, but with the inauguration of President Yun Seok-yeol in May, the people's power rose and the Democratic Party declined, widening the gap."

The shaman class was 20%.

In last week's survey, it was 18%.

For detailed opinion poll outline and results, please refer to Gallup Korea or the website of the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee.

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