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People in Taiwan unhappy with island leader's handling of cross-Straits relations

Updated: Sep 21, 2022 By Yang Zekun Print
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The latest poll released by media in Taiwan shows that 53 percent of participants are dissatisfied with island leader Tsai Ing-wen's handling of cross-Straits relations, and 83 percent of them said that it is necessary to maintain communication channels between the two sides of the Straits.

United Daily News reported the results on Tuesday, saying the survey of 1,020 adults was conducted from Aug 29 to Sept 2.

The results show that the number of people who are dissatisfied with Tsai's performance in handling cross-Straits relations rose from 48 percent last year to 53 percent this year, and the number of those who are satisfied dropped from 40 percent last year to 33 percent this year.

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