The 2020 election for Taiwan's regional leaders will be held tomorrow, with the year's blue-and-green competition much higher than the previous 6%. So how many votes will be elected as Taiwan's regional leader?
Taiwan's China-Times e-newspaper reported that Taiwan opened its elections in 1996, with a turnout of 76 percent. For the first time in 2000, turnout rose to the highest 82% in history, to 80% in 2004, and to 76% in 2008 and 74% in 2012.
This year's election competition is fierce, plus the 2018 nine-in-one election kuomintang big victory, the dpp also hyped \"mango dry \", is expected to drive the overall turnout higher. Excluding the 2016 ultra-low turnout, the total number of voters was 19.3 million, or 14.28 million, or 7.14 million in excess of the previous year's low estimate. With the three groups competing this year, seven million people should be elected as leaders of the taiwan region. Of course, in the event of higher turnout, the threshold will rise.
The Taiwan Central Election Committee announced that the number of people eligible to vote this year was about 10,000, with voters in six counties, including Taipei, Xinbei, Taoyuan, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung, accounting for as many as 10,000, or% of the total number of voters. At the age level, the number is 40-49, with more than 3.74 million, followed by 50-59 and 3.63 million. In addition, there will be 1.18 million first-raters this year.