33.9% of the people “There is no alternative to Lee Jae-myung”…Lee Nak-yeon 17.1%

A poll on the 19th showed that one out of three people thought that “there is no alternative” to Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myung. In addition, 42% of the people insisted that the Democratic Party should be reformed by ‘resigning the party leadership’.

In a poll conducted on 1080 adult men and women nationwide from the 16th to the 17th by News Tomato commissioned by Media Tomato, in response to questions asking about the appropriate level of reform against bad news such as the ‘suspicion of money bags at the National Convention’ and ‘Kim Nam-guk incident’ 42.3% of the respondents answered that they should take responsibility for the resignation of the party leadership.

Then, 27.9% of the total respondents said, “Only the parties concerned (members related to the money bag suspicion, lawmaker Kim Nam-guk, etc.)카지노사이트 must be strictly punished,” and 25.3% said, “No further action is needed.”

33.9% of the respondents answered “no” to the question asking ‘the most suitable person as an alternative to CEO Lee Jae-myung’. Following this, former representative Lee Nak-yeon recorded 17.1%, Gyeonggi-do Governor Kim Dong-yeon 15.9%, former Prime Minister Kim Boo-gyeom 12.5%, and Democratic Party lawmaker Park Yong-jin 7.8%.

By age group, “there is no alternative” was the highest among all generations except those in their 60s or older. In their 20s and 30s, Lee Nak-yeon (19.8%, 20.5) and Kim Dong-yeon (16.0%, 20.5%) were chosen a lot.

By region, “there is no alternative” was the highest in all regions except Gangwon and Jeju. However, former CEO Nak-yeon Lee (20.9%, 28.0%, 19.7%) prevailed in Seoul, Gangwon-Jeju, Busan, Ulsan, and Gyeongnam, and Gyeonggi-do Governor Kim Dong-yeon (19.8%, 19.2%) in Gyeonggi-Incheon and Gwangju-Jeonra. In Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province, former Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom (19.9%) led the way.

The sampling error of this survey is ±3.0 percentage points at the 95% confidence level, and the response rate is 3.1%. For more information, visit the website of the National Election Survey Deliberation Commission.

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