In response to the issue of a residential land license, the MAC announced the latest polls today (1). More than 50% of respondents believe that issuing residential consent is a political challenge. Almost 50% of people support the government to reform the law and apply for a residential license for the mainland. The method of applying for registration is adopted.
The Deputy Chairman of Tir-Faen Affairs Council, Qiu Chengzheng, noted the latest cross-border issues. The surveys indicated that 78.3% of people believe China's constant political, diplomatic and military pressures on Taiwan's threat are contrary to the current situation and regional peace. 63.0% of public support President Tsai Ing-wen recommends protecting the sustainable development of the Republic of China.
The survey also noted that 55.7% of respondents considered that the mainland given to the Taiwan residents' certificate was a political frontier; 49.3% of people supported the government to apply for the registration of the land occupancy license.
In response to the request of the Secretary of State Peng Shengzhu in the Legislative Yuan, about 70,000 to 80,000 people have applied for a residence permit. Qiu Chengzheng said that he will be included in the research policy direction. However, he also stressed that the person who received the residential license has not canceled the registration of the home. The new reform method will establish a reporting and strengthening mechanism for the security controls. However, these are not currently complete, and are expected to be sent to the Legislative Yuan before the end of the session.
The MAC survey was commissioned by the Zhengda Election Research Center. The survey took place between October 24th and 28th. The number of valid samples was 1,085, and the reliability was 95%. The sampling error was 2.98%.