From The Taiwan Voter by Christopher H. Achen and T. Y. Wang, Editors

  • Asian Studies
  • Political Science:Political Behavior and Public Opinion
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  • Fig. 5.5. Party identifiers’ issue positions on independence/unification and their perceptions about the positions of the parties (1996–2012). Source: Appendix 5.A3. Notes: 1. IDKMT = KMT identifiers. IDDPP = DPP identifiers. Here the placements of the KMT and DPP are the average perception of KMT identifiers and DPP identifiers, respectively; that is, KMT=KMT as perceived by KMT identifiers; DPP=DPP as perceived by DPP identifiers. 2. On the horizontal axis, “P” indicates that surveys were conducted after the presidential election; “L” indicates that surveys were taken after the legislative election.