More than 80% of Taiwanese reject one country two systems according to poll

The results of a poll released today showed that more than 80% of respondents rejected the idea of “one country, two systems,” and a majority believe that there is no “1992 consensus.” The survey undertaken by the Cross-Strait Policy Association was conducted to measure the public’s response to a series of recent statements by leaders in China and Taiwan that Foreign Policy labeled “dueling speeches.” In a New Years Day address, President Tsai Ing-wen unveiled the “four musts” policy, demanding

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