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Title: The Candidate Factor and Taiwan's 1996 Presidential Election
Authors: Hawang, Shiow-Duan
Keywords: Taiwan;candidate image;candidate evaluation;candidate competence;Lee Teng-hui complex
Date: 1997-04
Issue Date: 2016-09-22 14:44:13 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper studies the importance of the candidate factor in Taiwan’s first-ever direct presidential election, which was held in March 1996. A post-election survey demonstrates that the most important factor in assessing both candidate image and competence was the support for and opposition to incumbent President Lee Teng-hui, namely the so-called “Lee Teng-hui complex.” Other important factors included ethnic identification, party identification, policy distance, and satisfaction about the parties’ performances. Nonetheless, a deeper analysis shows that the Lee complex’s influence on voting decisions was mostly indirect rather than direct.
Relation: Issues & Studies,33(4),45-76
Data Type: article
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