CNEWS Convergence News Network reporter Ye Jiawei/Reporting from Taipei
The Kuomintang and the People’s Party originally planned to reach a 6-point consensus on selecting a group of presidential candidates on the 15th of this month, but unexpectedly there was a shocking reversal. Polling experts did not agree on the results, and the blue-white alliance was once again on the verge of collapse. People’s Party presidential candidate Ke Wenzhe held a swearing-in meeting this afternoon (19th), and met again with Terry Gou, the founder of Hon Hai Group, who is running independently in the evening. Gou’s campaign office spokesperson Chen Jiayi confirmed that Ke Wenzhe came to see Terry Gou at the same time in the evening. “Bad statistics”.
The Kuomintang and the Kuomintang did not reach a consensus on the statistical error range of polls yesterday. The Kuomintang advocated that the statistical error should be written at the end of each poll. For example, 1,068 is the commonly seen plus or minus 3%, and if it is around 2,000, it is plus or minus 2.2%. For a score of 3,000, it is plus or minus 1.74%, and for a larger sample of 4,250 copies, it is plus or minus 1.5%. It is emphasized that there is no such thing as a 6% concession.
However, the People’s Party maintains that Ko Wenzhe has always advocated that “if the win is only within the statistical error range (3%) of Hou Youyi, we will be willing to give in.” However, the Kuomintang requires that the plus and minus errors be combined to 6%.
Ko Wenzhe was seen meeting at Gou’s home in the evening. Chen Jiayi confirmed that the two met from 7 pm to around 8 pm, and that Ko Wenzhe’s trip was to consult with Gou about statistics. Chen Jiayi emphasized, “Terry Gou studied under Professor Wan Ruixia from the Department of Accounting at National Taiwan University. “Tai-Ming Gou’s accounting and statistics were all taught by professors at National Taiwan University.”
Will Terry Gou register to run for office? Chen Jiayi said with reservations, “The schedule is being arranged. It just depends on what the adults say before 5 pm on November 24.”
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