TPOF

AcronymDefinition
TPOFThe Philosophy of Freedom (Rudolf Steiner book)
TPOFTechnical and Protective Operations Facilities (Canada)
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25), Michael You, chairman of the TPOF, took to Facebook to write that when it comes to the "feeling thermometer" of the Taiwanese people toward Trump and Xi, far more Taiwanese like Trump.
The TPOF chairman explained that Lai was being generous, because even if he led Han more than Tsai did in the eventual polls, he was still prepared to give up his challenge and support the president for re-election.
A third element was that a poll using landlines would not exclude any social or age group, according to data from the TPOF, You said.
Including the smartphones in the opinion polls was a legitimate topic for discussion before the primary process started, the TPOF chairman said, but once the selection was underway, it is completely unbecoming to demand changes.
According to the TPOF's latest poll, former premier William Lai leads potential candidates for the 2020 presidential race, and remains ahead of Tsai Ing-wen by a whopping 22 percentage points for the DPP primary.
On Monday (March 25) the non-partisan Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation (TPOF) published a new poll that indicates Lai would overtake Han and independent Taipei Mayor Ko Wen- jei for the 2020 presidential election and would also beat Tsai (26.0%) in the party primaries by 29.1 percentage points, which is similar to the TBT's result.
The TPOF also discovered that only around three in every 10 of them are satisfied with Tsai's performance, but nearly five in 10 are happy with Premier Su Tseng-chang's administration.
On January 21, the Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation (TPOF) released the results of a survey which revealed that only 25 percent of the Taiwanese public support the idea of 'one country two systems,' and 68 percent do not agree with China's 'one-China principle.'
The Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation (TPOF) released the results of their newest survey today, revealing that only 25 percent of the Taiwanese public support the idea of 'one country two systems,' and 68 percent do not agree with China's 'one-China principle.'
TPOF suggested that recent threats by Chinese leader Xi Jinping had encouraged people who previously supported the status quo to move towards supporting Taiwanese independence.