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A tale of two leaders and two elections

Before the recent nationwide elections in Taiwan and the U.S. in November, Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou and U.S. President Barack Obama shared one overriding thing: low approval ratings. On the eve of the American mid-term elections, Obama’s favorable-unfavorable margin was the lowest it had been since he was first elected to the Oval Office. Meanwhile, in Taiwan, Ma’s approval rating has been well under 20% for the past year.With their respective November elections now over, the two leaders share a second thing — both suffered a stinging election rebuke of their party’s hold on power. In the U.S., this meant …read more

Source: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

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