Most Taiwanese Think Military Cannot Fend Off China Attack: Poll

Poster:Surya NarayananPost date:2018-04-23
Catergory:Public Opinions
Issue:(Military Balance)
(CNA, By Hsieh Chia-chen and Elizabeth Hsu) A survey conducted by the Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation showed that 65.4 percent of the Taiwanese public believes that the military cannot hold off against the Chinese military in the face of an invasion. This survey was held right before a live-fire training exercise by the Chinese military in the Taiwan Strait. <Accessed 2018-04-24>  
Last modification time:2018-04-24 PM 6:50

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