Yonhap news August 14th, a poll released by Gallup, a polling agency, released 14 days ago, showing that President Wen Yin’s policy support rate dropped 5 percentage points to 39% over the previous week, setting his new low since taking office. Gallup, South Korea, conducted this survey on 1001 adults in China from November 11 to 13. The results showed that 39% of the respondents gave positive comments on Wen Yin’s administration, down 5 percentage points from the previous week, and the difference was 7 percentage points higher than the previous week to 53%. The gap between positive and negative comments widened to 14 percentage points. In terms of region and age, the support rates of other regions and age groups declined except for DaQiu City, Qingshang North Road, Guangzhou City, quanluo Road area and 18-29 years old. Among them, Seoul (35%) and those in their 30s (43%) had the most significant decline, with 13% and 17% respectively. In terms of the support rate of all political parties, the common support rate of the ruling party was 33%, 4% lower than that of the previous week; the largest opposition party, the future United Party, was 27%, up 2%. The gap between the two parties’ support rate was 6 percentage points, the smallest since Park Geun hye’s “cronyimen” fermentation in 2016.