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The wind has changed! "Dark Green" Internet poll South Korea ’s Yu support has reversed

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According to Taiwan ’s “China Times”, KMT ’s 2020 candidate, South Korea ’s Yu Yu, held a grand rally in Taichung on the 29th. During the debate, he repeatedly aimed artillery at Tsai Ing-wen . And just after the debate, a "dark green" online political show launched on social platforms, "Who do you think Han Caisong performed better?" "Vote. The results of the vote surprised many netizens. "Stable" and "Dark green flat powder really do hate Cai Yingwen."

The online political opinion program launched an online poll on YouTube on the 29th. "Who do you think Han Cai Song performed best in the debate? "As a result, a total of 12,000 netizens voted. The KMT South Korean Yu won an overwhelming 91% of support, Song Chuyu 5%, DPP Tsai Ing-wen was the lowest, only 4%.

In response to the voting results, netizens commented that "the reality has changed, and 'Dark Green' has decided to vote for Korean Yu", "Dark Green Korean Fan", "Reality is hate Tsai Ing-wen greater than Korean Yu", South Korea ’s 6.5 million votes are fine. ”

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