與 1st electoral college turnout online only 70.36%… Lee Jae-myung, Lee Nak-yeon Who is Yuri?

Democratic Party candidates Park Yong-jin, Jeong Se-kyun, Lee Nak-yeon, Chu Mi-ae, Kim Doo-kwan, and Lee Jae-myung (from left) pose for a photo time prior to the full-scale discussion at the TV debate held at TBC Studio in Dusan-dong, Suseong-gu, Daegu on the afternoon of the 7th. 2021.9.7/News1 © News1

On the second day of the first day of voting by the People’s and General Party members of the Democratic Party’s 20th presidential election candidates primary, the turnout exceeded 70%, and the heat of the primary race heated up. As the voter turnout was higher than that of the Chungcheong region where the turnout was only about 50%, there are conflicting claims about Candidate Jae-myung Lee’s ‘solidifying the mainstream’ and Candidate Nak-yeon Lee’s ‘gathering of supporters’.

According to the Democratic Party on the 10th, the turnout of the 1st National and General Party members’ electoral college was 70.36%, and 455,630 out of 641922 people were counted.

This is a result of reflecting only the online voting conducted from the 8th to the previous day (9th) at 9 pm. is expected to rise

This is the opposite result from the Chungcheong region primary on the 4th and 5th. In the Chungcheong region primary election, only 37,213 out of 74,970 members of the Rights Party participated in the voting, resulting in a turnout of only 49.6%. However, as the electoral voter turnout exceeded 70% in the second day, these concerns have been dispelled. It is interesting to see how such a high turnout will affect the general election. In general, it is a general analysis that the higher the turnout of the electoral college, the greater the possibility of reflecting public opinion.

Park Sang-byeong, a professor at Inha University’s Graduate School of Policy Studies, said, “The high turnout means that there are many people who want the Democratic Party to re-create the government.”

He predicted, “In the end, high turnout is advantageous for candidate Lee Jae-myung, who won first place in the Chungcheong region primary, with high competitiveness in the finals.”

The fact that the Electoral College of the People’s and General Party members is also a hidden variable can be attributed to the fact that, in addition to those who voluntarily registered, there are also many people who were recruited using their organizational power in each camp.

Calculation of tickets for each camp is also busy. They each come up with a favorable interpretation, and they are paying attention to the result of the counting scheduled for the 12th.

An official from the Lee Jae-myung camp said, “This time, the size of the electoral college is large and the voter turnout is high, so I think the results will be converged in the opinion poll.” “The atmosphere will not change much.”

However, there were also opinions that it is difficult to judge the pros and cons due to the high and low turnout. Shin-yul, a professor of political science and diplomacy at Myongji University, said, “Theoretically, it is correct to assume that high turnout reflects public opinion.

Lee Nak-yeon’s camp also did not hide its anticipation for the high turnout. An official from Nak-yeon Lee’s camp said, “There must have been supporters who had a problem with the low voter turnout (member of the rights party) during the Chungcheong region regional elections.” He may have made up his mind about voting for .

“It is difficult to judge that the voter turnout has increased because of the announcement of Candidate Nak-yeon Lee’s resignation as a member of the National Assembly, but the general electoral college will show a slightly different aspect from the members of the Rights Party,” he cautioned.

(Seoul = News 1)

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