Following the Mainland residence licensing issue, MACA recently announced the latest voting (1). More than 50% of respondents believe that issuing a residence permit is a political challenge. About 50% of the people support the government to amend the law and apply for a residence permit on the mainland. Adopted a method of applying for registration.
Chief Chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council, Que Chengzhenz announced the recent Cross Strait Issue Polls. Polling suggests that 78.3% of people believe that China's continuous political, diplomatic and military pressure on Taiwan's threat is a violation of status and regional peace. 63.0% public support President Tsai Yang-Van Republic advocates to protect China's Republican growth.
It is also noted in the poll that 55.7% of respondents believed that the mainland issued by the Taiwanese residential certificate was a political integrated front; 49.3% of the people supported the government for applying for land-based residential permit registration.
About 70,000 to 80,000 people have applied for a residence permit in response to the request of state security director Pang Shengzhu in State Yuan. Que Chengzheng said it will be included in the context of the research policy. However, he emphasized that the person who received a residence permit has not canceled the domestic registration. New research methods will establish reporting mechanisms and strengthen supportive measures for safety management. However, this is not currently finalized and they are expected to send to Legislative Yuan before the end of the session.
Mack's voting was done by the Zenga Election Research Center. The survey was conducted from October 24th to 28th. The number of approved samples was 1,085, and reliability was 95%. The sample bug was 2.98%.