Election results 2016


#1

Exit poll TVBS: Tsai wins with 52%, DPP wins 59 out of 113 seats at LY

taiwannews.com.tw/etn/news_c … id=2869103


#2

[quote=“enzo+”]Exit poll TVBS: Tsai wins with 52%, DPP wins 59 out of 113 seats at LY

taiwannews.com.tw/etn/news_c … id=2869103[/quote]

Clear majority in LY? Glad to see it.


#3

Forumosan Prediction Thread:
forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi … 9&t=152093

Right now PeregrineFalcon’s prediction is looking pretty good.


#4

Jesus, just reporting DPP lead in Taidong?!?


#5

They were reading out the poll results in my hood voting place. Deeply conservative area, Chu had the lead, many Song, but this time Tsai was not absent.

I had never been to this event before: they take each ballot, read the result out loud, show it to the few gathered for the show, write the results on the wall.


#6

Looks like they’ve won both the Presidency and Legislature, that’s good news. We do not want deadlock like 8 years of CSB.


#7

[quote=“hansioux”]Forumosan Prediction Thread:
forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi … 9&t=152093

Right now PeregrineFalcon’s prediction is looking pretty good.[/quote]

Right now it’s between PeregrineFalcon’s Tsai 57%, Chu 30%, Soong 13% and Gain’s Tsai 63%, Chu 33%, Song 4%.


#8

Anybody got figures for the indigenous areas? Always good for a laugh when the KMT picks up 90% of the vote.


#9

Hey, my three kids voted for an Independent for their constituency and DPP for Prez and LY.

OTOH my wife voted for James Soong- again.


#10

So far KMT’s 鄭天財 and 廖國棟, and DPP’s 陳瑩 are leading in the Plains Aboriginal Legislator race. Non-Partisan Solidarity Union’s Giwas Ali (高金素梅), KMT’s 孔文吉 and 簡東明 are leading the Mountainous Area Aboriginal Legislator race.


#11

Soong won in our hood. And from the preliminary results, he will be a real pain in DPP’s derriere, especially if allied with KMT.


#12

[quote=“enzo+”]Exit poll TVBS: Tsai wins with 52%, DPP wins 59 out of 113 seats at LY

taiwannews.com.tw/etn/news_c … id=2869103[/quote]

Only 59? That’s weaker than I expected.


#13

Whats needed to pass a bill in the legislature, 51% or higher number of votes?


#14

58 legislators for most. Dpp will get app 67


#15

Excellent, with the Presidency and legislative majority. Now lets see what they can do in the next 4 years.


#16

I’m confused now…


#17

Chu is giving the acceptance defeat speech.


#18

Chu is conceding. Tsai has ~60% and has gotten almost 2x his votes. So much for her support not increasing since the last election - I take it the people who claimed otherwise understand how opinion polls work now?


#19

Yes… I do tend to lean a bit blue,… But Chu’s concession speech is cracking me up. That music, lol.


#20

Shocking music…sunday arvo weepies music is what that is