The author investigates the difference in popularity between this referendum and the 2018 referendum, and believes that it can be roughly divided into the following four reasons: The first and most crucial point is that time and cost are too high. Unlike the 2018 referendum tied to the nine-in-one general election, this referendum will be held separately. When I asked my friend who was studying in Tainan if he would return to Taipei to vote on December 18, he said that he had to go back to Taipei to vote.
As a college student, the extra cost was really popular database too high. For many people who work hard in other counties and cities, in order to go home for the referendum, not only do they need to spend more round-trip fare and time, but they may also have to take extra leave, so most of them choose to give up voting. Nine-in-one election and referendum debut Photo Credit: WebMD Second, the result of the 2018 referendum disappointed many. And this "disappointment" is divided into two types, one of which is disappointment with the result of the referendum,
And the other is disappointment with the effectiveness of the referendum. The former can be seen a lot among college students. The lively discussion and convocation on the eve of the 2018 vote, compared with the loss of falling out of the stratosphere after the vote was issued, made many people discouraged. Such a huge gap makes many people who have worked hard to feel confused, lost, and even powerless.