Confidence in Tsai’s preparations if Taiwan attacked by China down 11%

In a new poll released on Tuesday (May 25), nearly half of respondents said that President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) has not done enough to prepare Taiwan for an invasion by China, and the proportion expressing confidence in her preparations has dropped by 11% since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Poll asked, Is the government fully prepared if China attacked Taiwan?

30.6%Mostly Inadequate
18.9%Very Inadequate
25.7%Mostly Adequate
7.1%Very Adequate
4.4%No Opinion
13.2%Do not Know
The survey was conducted for the TPOF by Focus Survey Research (山水民意研究公司) from May 16-17. The poll gathered valid responses via telephone from 1,077 adults 20 and over and had a sampling error of plus or minus 2.99% with a confidence level of 95%.
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