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Park‚ Moon March into Each Other's Traditional Stronghold Friday...Swing Voters On the Move
- Park‚ Moon March into Each Other's Traditional Stronghold Friday...Swing Voters On the Move
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Conservative Park Geun-hye on Friday visited Busan and promoted herself as someone who can bring the people of Korea together and attend to the needs of the people.
The southern port city has become a critical battleground.
Although once considered the ruling party's domain‚ that's no longer the case.
The city is where former independent candidate Ahn Cheol-soo was born and enjoys support‚ and where liberal Moon Jae-in worked as a lawyer and was elected to the National Assembly in April.
[Interview : Park Geun-hye‚ Presidential Candidate
Saenuri Party] "Both the Roh Moo-hyun and Lee Myung-bak administrations have failed to improve people's livelihoods. But I will create a new government that's completely different from those governments."
Moon‚ meanwhile‚ marched into Park's hometown of Daegu‚ a traditional Saenuri Party stronghold.
He's hoping to nab at least 20 percent of younger voters in their 20s and 30s‚ who tend to vote liberal even though they live in a city that tends to lean conservative.
Moon preached his ambitious agenda of political reform‚ while criticizing Park for taking part in the failures of the current Lee Myung-bak administration.
[Interview : Moon Jae-in‚ Presidential Candidate
Democratic United Party] "The Lee Myung-bak administration has run the country poorly‚ for which the ruling party's Park is also responsible. So if Park says she will judge the Lee government‚ that's an act of deception. You must vote for me to achieve a true transfer of government."
Park and Moon are speaking to the remaining voters who haven't decided which candidate to vote for.
Although the proportion of swing voters surged up to about 20 percent nationwide immediately after former independent candidate Ahn Cheol-soo stepped aside‚ that number is on the decline.
More of the "undecideds" are increasingly turning either to Park or Moon.
With many polls showing Park's lead against Moon at about 3-percentage points‚ analysts say Moon will need Ahn to turn the tables.
If Ahn‚ who is set to attend his camp's disbanding ceremony on Monday‚ pledges to actively support Moon for the remainder of the campaigning period‚ more of his supporters could follow suit and give the DUP contender momentum in the weeks leading up to election day.
Kim Yeon-ji‚ Arirang News.
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