What choices will those in their 20s and 30s make in the next presidential election? According to a recent SBS poll, those in their 20s and 30s answered that they had no candidates for support or that they could change their current candidates than other age groups. Of course, voters in their 20s and 30s were also different within them.
Reporter Hyung-rae Kim analyzed.
In a recent SBS presidential candidate support survey, 34% of respondents in their 20s and younger and 26.5% of respondents in their 30s said they had no candidate.
Compared to 17.1% in their 40s, 15.7% in their 50s, and 9.5% in their 60s and older, this figure is quite high.
Those in their twenties and younger (56.6%) and those in their thirties (39.6%) were more than twice as likely to say they could change their supporters compared to other age groups.
There are a lot of people who couldn’t decide who to take a picture of, and the feature of ‘swing boater’ stands out.
However, even among young people, the support tendencies of those in their 20s or younger and those in their 30s are quite different.
In their 20s and younger, Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung 18.5% and People’s Power candidate Yoon Seok-yeol 19.6% both had lower approval ratings within the margin of error. appears to be
In terms of dislike for each candidate, 70.5 and 76.1% of those in their 20s or younger, respectively, while in their 30s, Lee 53.4 and Yoon 72.5%, the difference widened considerably.
What about other indicators?
In the public opinion on government re-creation versus replacement, the theory of replacement was 15%p for those in their 20s and younger, and 3.3%p for the theory of re-creation among those in their 30s. The evaluation is tight by 0.2%p difference.
Party approval ratings are also changed to 17.4% for the Democratic Party and 25.1% for the people in their 20s and under, but 33.3% for the Democrats and 21.3% for the people in their 30s.
In the end, it is an analysis that people in their 20s and younger lean more toward the opposition party, and those in their 30s lean more toward the ruling party.
Even in the same youth group, candidates in their 20s or younger for Lee and those in their 30s are more urgent for Candidate Yoon.
(Video editing: Jeong Seong-hoon, CG: Jo Soo-in·Shim Soo-hyun)