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Title: COVID-19 and the Anatomy of the Rally Effect in Taiwan
Authors: 鄭夙芬
Cheng, Su-feng
Wang, T.Y.
Contributors: 選研中心
Keywords: rally effect; external crisis; presidential approval; COVID-19; Taiwan
Date: 2021-06
Issue Date: 2021-12-09 11:08:45 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Research has shown that major international events can produce a “rally ’round the flag” effect that boosts citizens’ support for an American president. This study examines such an effect in Taiwan, when the country was confronted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We find that citizens who previously disapproved of the president did become more likely to gather around their leader. The public’s support was contingent on the president’s ability to handle the crisis. This is one of the few studies on this effect conducted outside the US, and its findings represent a significant step toward broadening the scope of analysis.
Relation: Asian Survey, Vol.61, No.3, pp.388-410
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1525/AS.2021.61.3.388
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