Former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, Democratic Party lawmaker Chung Cheong-rae, and broadcaster Kim Eo-jun all introduced the results of a poll showing that Rep. Hong Jun-pyo beat former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol in the People’s Power presidential candidate suitability rating. These are representative ‘half Yun Seok-yeol’ figures.
On the 6th, Kim Eo-jun pointed out the related news in the TBS traffic broadcast ‘Kim Eo-jun’s News Factory’, which he is conducting on the 6th, as “an investigation that draws attention.” Then, he said, “Candidate Hong Jun-pyo said he would come back before Chuseok,” and gave an evaluation to the effect that Candidate Hong’s argument does not seem to be empty.
Former Minister Cho Kuk shared the news on his Facebook on the 5th. Although there was no explanation given, it seems that the result of the poll was linked to convey the message that Yoon Seok-yeol’s monopoly system is over, and that there is only one thing left to do is to fall in the future due to the ‘suspicion of accusation’.
Rep. Chung Cheong-rae, who is a hardliner within the passport, shared the news of ‘Hong Jun-pyo’s 1st place’ on SNS and said, “The possibility that Yoon Seok-yeol and Hong Jun-pyo’s Golden Cross will become a reality around Chuseok is increasing.” I feel like I’m falling into a sledgehammer.” Then, in another post, he predicted, “Now Jun-pyo Hong will come out, and Seok-yeol Yoon will be struggling in the swamp of stagnation and fall, and he will see his distorted face. will be reduced to ,” he said. Meanwhile, according to R&Search’s survey of 1,017 people aged 18 and over nationwide on the 3rd and 4th at the request of the Gyeonggi Shimbun, and on the 5th, according to the People’s Power Presidential Candidate Suitability Survey, Rep. Hong was 32.5%, former President Yoon. (29.1%) took the lead within the margin of error, followed by Yoo Seung-min 9.6%, Choi Jae-hyeong 4.1%, Jeju Provincial Governor Won Hee-ryong 2.3%, Ha Tae-kyung 1.5%, Jang Seong-min 1.4%, Park Jin It was followed by 0.6% of lawmakers.
Rep. Hong received high support from the feminist supporters, including 37.4% of the Democratic Party supporters and 49.4% of the Open Democratic Party supporters, and recorded 42.7% in Gwangju and Jeolla provinces, nearly three times ahead of former President Yoon (14.9%).
The response rate of this survey is 4.4%, and the sampling error is 95% confidence level ±3.1%p. It was conducted in a wireless 100% automatic response method using a structured questionnaire. For more information, visit the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee website.
(Seoul = News 1)
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