2020 Taiwanese legislative election

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2020 Taiwanese legislative election

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All 113 seats in the Legislative Yuan
57 seats needed for a majority
Registered19,221,861[a][1]
Turnout74.9% Increase 8.6 pp
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Cho Jung-tai election infobox.jpg Wu Den-yih election infobox.jpg Ko Wen-je election infobox.jpg
Leader Cho Jung-tai Wu Den-yih Ko Wen-je
Party DPP Kuomintang Taiwan People's
Alliance Pan-Green Pan-Blue None
Leader since 9 January 2019 20 August 2017 6 August 2019
Last election 68 seats, 44.1%[c] 35 seats, 26.9%[c] Did not stand[b]
Seats won 61[d] 38 5
Seat change Decrease 7 Increase 3 Increase 5
Popular vote 4,811,241[c] 4,723,504[c] 1,588,806[c]
Percentage 33.9% 33.3% 11.2%
Swing Decrease 10.2 pp Increase 6.4 pp New party
Constituency votes 6,383,783 5,761,995 264,478

  Fourth party Fifth party
  徐永明肖像.jpg Chen Yi-chi election infobox.jpg
Leader Hsu Yung-ming Chen Yi-chi
Party New Power Statebuilding
Alliance None Pan-Green
Leader since 21 August 2019 15 May 2016
Last election 5 seats, 6.1%[c] Did not stand[b]
Seats won 3 1
Seat change Decrease 2 Increase 1
Popular vote 1,098,100[c] 447,286[c]
Percentage 7.7% 3.1%
Swing Increase 1.6 pp New party
Constituency votes 141,952 141,503

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Elected member party by seat

President before election

Su Jia-chyuan
DPP

Elected President

TBD

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The 2020 Taiwanese legislative election was held on 11 January 2020 for all 113 seats to the Legislative Yuan concurrently with the 15th presidential election in Taiwan.[2] The term of the Legislative Yuan will begin on 1 February 2020.

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lost seven seats but retained a majority of 61 seats in the Legislative Yuan. The Kuomintang gained three seats, winning 38. The New Power Party won three seats, down from five in the last election. The Taiwan People's Party and Taiwan Statebuilding Party entered the Legislative Yuan with five seats and one seat, respectively, with five independent candidates winning their seats and the People First Party losing all of their seats.

Electoral system[edit]

Members were elected by parallel voting.

Constituency changes[edit]

In 2019, after negotiations between the Presidents of the Executive and Legislative Yuans, changes to the electoral divisions include:[3]

  • Kaoshiung and Pingtung each lost a seat.
  • Tainan and Hsinchu County each gained a seat.
  • The boundary between Taichung II and Taichung VII was adjusted.

Contesting parties and candidates[edit]

Party General seats Aboriginal seats Party list Total
Democratic Progressive Party 67 2 33 102
Kuomintang 71 5 31 107
Taiwan People's Party 17 28 45
New Power Party 5 11 16
Taiwan Statebuilding Party 10 6 16
People First Party 10 22 32
Green Party 10 1 6 17
New Party 10 10
Taiwan Action Party Alliance 11 5 16
Stabilizing Force Party 9 2 10 21
Taiwan Solidarity Union 7 7
Congress Party Alliance 13 6 19
Chinese Unification Promotion Party 10 7 17
Interfaith Union 12 8 20
Formosa Alliance 10 2 6 18
Labor Party 10 2 12
United Action Alliance 10 2 8 20
Taiwan Renewal Party 11 1 6 18
Sovereign State for Formosa & Pescadores Party 9 1 4 14
Taiwan Labor Party 3 3
Independent 86 5 91
Others 26 0 0 26
Total 410 21 216 647

Opinion polling[edit]

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Results[edit]

Full results[edit]

Summary of the 11 January 2020 Legislative Yuan election results
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Parties Constituency Reserved
seats
PR Block Total seats
Votes % ±pp Seats Votes % ±pp Seats Seats ± % ±pp
Democratic Progressive Party 6,332,168 45.60 Increase1.01 46 2 4,811,241 33.98 Decrease10.08 13 61 Decrease 7 53.98 Decrease6.20
Kuomintang 5,633,749 40.57 Increase1.68 22 3 4,723,504 33.36 Increase6.45 13 38 Increase 3 33.63 Increase2.66
Taiwan People's Party 264,478 1.90 New 0 0 1,588,806 11.22 New 5 5 Increase 5 4.42 New
New Power Party 141,952 1.02 Decrease1.87 0 0 1,098,100 7.75 Increase1.64 3 3 Decrease 2 2.65 Decrease1.77
People First Party 60,614 0.44 Decrease0.88 0 0 518,921 3.66 Decrease2.86 0 0 Decrease 3 0.00 Decrease2.65
Taiwan Statebuilding Party 141,503 1.02 New 1 0 447,286 3.16 New 0 1 Increase 1 0.88 New
Green Party 38,224 0.28 New 0 0 341,465 2.41 Increase0.12 0 0 Steady 0.00 Steady0.00
New Party 0 0 147,373 1.04 Decrease3.14 0 0 Steady 0.00 Steady0.00
Taiwan Action Party Alliance 20,134 0.15 New 0 0 143,617 1.01 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Stabilizing Force Party 26,182 0.19 New 0 0 94,563 0.67 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Taiwan Solidarity Union 0 0 50,435 0.36 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Congress Party Alliance 81,508 0.59 New 0 0 40,331 0.28 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Chinese Unification Promotion Party 8,790 0.06 New 0 0 32,966 0.23 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Interfaith Union 7,702 0.06 New 0 0 31,117 0.22 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Formosa Alliance 9,207 0.07 New 0 0 29,324 0.21 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Labor Party 13,694 0.10 New 0 0 19,941 0.14 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
United Action Alliance 14,817 0.11 New 0 0 17,515 0.12 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Taiwan Renewal Party 36,871 0.27 New 0 0 11,952 0.08 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Sovereign State for Formosa & Pescadores Party 5,697 0.04 New 0 0 11,681 0.08 New 0 0 Steady 0.00 New
Others parties 34,791 0.25 0 0 - - - 0 0
Independent 1,013,347 7.30 4 1 - - - 0 5 Increase 1 4.42 Increase3.54
Blank and invalid votes 244,571 296,155
Total 14,129,999 100.00 73 6 14,456,293 100.00 34 113
Registered voters/turnout 18,806,913 75.13 19,312,105 74.86
Central Election Commission

Results

  Kuomintang (33.3%)
  New Power Party (7.7%)
  Independent (1.9%)
  Others (9.9%)
Total 113 Legislative Yuan seats
DPP
54.0%
KMT
33.6%
TPP
4.4%
NPP
2.7%
TSP
0.9%
IND
4.4%
Party-list vote
DPP
33.9%
KMT
33.3%
TPP
11.2%
NPP
7.7%
TSP
3.1%
IND
1.9%
OTH
9.9%

Results by constituency[edit]

Constituency Incumbent Results Winner Runner-up
Taipei City I Rosalia Wu (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Rosalia Wu (DPP) Wang Chih-ping (KMT)
II Ho Chih-wei (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Ho Chih-wei (DPP) Sun Ta-chien (KMT)
III Chiang Wan-an (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Chiang Wan-an (KMT) Enoch Wu (DPP)
IV Lee Yen-hsiu (KMT) DPP gain Kao Chia-yu (DPP) Lee Yen-hsiu (KMT)
V Freddy Lim (independent) Incumbent re-elected Freddy Lim (independent) Lin Yu-fang (KMT)
VI Chiang Nai-shin (KMT) KMT hold Lin Yi-hua (KMT) Hsieh Peifen (DPP)
VII Fai Hrong-tai (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Fai Hrong-tai (KMT) Hsu Shu-hua (DPP)
VIII Lai Shyh-bao (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Lai Shyh-bao (KMT) Ruan Jhao-syong (DPP)
New Taipei City I Lu Sun-ling (DPP) KMT gain Hung Mong-kai (KMT) Lu Sun-ling (DPP)
II Lin Shu-fen (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Lin Shu-fen (DPP) Huang Keui-lan (KMT)
III Yu Tian (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Yu Tian (DPP) Le Weng Yueh-e (independent)
IV Wu Ping-jui (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Wu Ping-jui (DPP) Chen Ming-i (KMT)
V Su Chiao-hui (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Su Chiao-hui (DPP) Huang Chih-hsiung (KMT)
VI Chang Hung-lu (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chang Hung-lu (DPP) Lin Kuo-chun (KMT)
VII Lo Chih-cheng (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Lo Chih-cheng (DPP) Ko Chihen (KMT)
VIII Chiang Yung-chang (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chiang Yung-chang (DPP) Chiu Feng-yao (KMT)
IX Lin Te-fu (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Lin Te-fu (KMT) Tsai Mu-lin (DPP)
X Wu Chi-ming (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Wu Chi-ming (DPP) Lin Cjin-chieh (KMT)
XI Lo Ming-tsai (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Lo Ming-tsai (KMT) Chang Ming-yu (DPP)
XII Huang Kuo-chang (NPP) DPP gain Lai Pin-yu (DPP) Lee Yong-ping (KMT)
Taoyuan City I Cheng Yun-peng (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Cheng Yun-peng (DPP) Chen Ken-te (KMT)
II Chen Lai Su-mei (DPP) DPP hold Huang Shier-Chieh (DPP) Wu Chih-yang (KMT)
III Chen Shei-saint (KMT) KMT hold Lu Ming Che (KMT) Peng Chun-hao (DPP)
IV Cheng Pao-ching (DPP) KMT gain Wan Mei-ling (KMT) Cheng Pao-ching (DPP)
V Lu Yu-ling (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Lu Yu-ling (KMT) Chiang Chieh-an (DPP)
VI Chao Cheng-yu (independent) Incumbent re-elected Chao Cheng-yu (independent) Chen Shei-saint (KMT)
Taichung City I Tsai Chi-chang (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Tsai Chi-chang (DPP) Lin Jia-xin (KMT)
II Yen Kuan-heng (KMT) Statebuilding gain Chen Po-wei (Statebuilding) Yen Kuan-heng (KMT)
III Hung Tzu-yung (Nonpartisan) KMT gain Yang Chiung-ying (KMT) Hung Tzu-yung (independent)
IV Chang Liao Wan-chien (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chang Liao Wan-chien (DPP) Huang Hsing-hui (KMT)
V Shen Chih-hwii (KMT) DPP gain Zhuang Ching-cheng (DPP) Shen Chih-hwei (KMT)
VI Huang Kuo-shu (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Huang Kuo-shu (DPP) Lee Chung (KMT)
VII Ho Hsin-chun (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Ho Hsin-chun (DPP) Chuang Zi-fu (KMT)
VIII Johnny Chiang (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Johnny Chiang (KMT) Weng Mei-chun (DPP)
Tainan City I Yeh Yi-jin (DPP) DPP hold Lai Huei-yuen (DPP) Tsai Yu-hui (KMT)
II Kuo Kuo-wen (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Kuo Kuo-wen (DPP) Lee Wu-lung (KMT)
III Chen Ting-fei (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chen Ting-fei (DPP) Tung Hsiao-yun (KMT)
IV Lin Jun-xian (DPP) DPP hold Lin I-chin (DPP) Lin Yen-chu (KMT)
V Wang Ding-yu (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Lin Jun-xian (DPP) Tsai Shu-hui (KMT)
VI New constituency DPP gain Wang Ding-yu (DPP) Hung Hsiu-chu (KMT)
Kaohsiung City I Chiu Yi-ying (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chiu Yi-ying (DPP) Wang Ling-jiao (KMT)
II Chiu Chih-wei (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chiu Chih-wei (DPP) Huang Yun-han (KMT)
III Liu Shyh-fang (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Liu Shyh-fang (DPP) Huang Chao-shun (KMT)
IV Lin Tai-hua (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Lin Tai-hua (DPP) Hsu Ching-huang (KMT)
V Kuan Bi-ling (DPP) DPP hold Lee Kun-tse (DPP) Huang Po-lin (KMT)
VI Lee Kun-tse (DPP) DPP hold Chao Tien-lin (DPP) Chen Meiya (KMT)
VII Chao Tien-lin (DPP) DPP hold Hsu Chih-chieh (DPP) Li Ya-ching (KMT)
VIII Hsu Chih-chieh (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Lai Jui-lung (DPP) Chen Li-na (KMT)
Yilan County Chen Ou-po (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chen Ou-po (DPP) Lu Kuo-hua (KMT)
Hsinchu County I New constituency Incumbent re-elected Lin Wei-chou (KMT) Chou Chiang-chieh (DPP)
II New constituency KMT gain Lin Si-ming (KMT) Lin Szu-ming (DPP)
Miaoli County I Chen Chao-ming (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Chen Chao-ming (KMT) Luo Gui-xing (DPP)
II Hsu Chih-jung (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Hsu Chih-jung (KMT) Xu Ding-zhen (DPP)
Changhua County I Ko Cheng-fang (KMT) DPP gain Chen Hsiu-bao (DPP) Ke Cheng-fang (KMT)
II Huang Hsiu-fang (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Huang Hsiu-fang (DPP) Chang Han-tien (KMT)
III Hung Chun-yi (DPP) KMT gain Xie Yi-feng (KMT) Hyng Chun-yi (DPP)
IV Chen Su-yueh (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chen Su-yueh (DPP) Hsiao Ching-tien (KMT)
Nantou County I Ma Wen-chun (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Ma Wen-chun (KMT) Tsai Pei-hui (DPP)
II Hsu Shu-hua (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Hsu Shu-hua (KMT) Chen Gui-you (DPP)
Yunlin County I Su Chin-feng (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Su Chin-feng (DPP) Chang Chia-chun (KMT)
II Liu Chien-kuo (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Liu Chien-kuo (DPP) Hsieh Shu-ya (KMT)
Chiayi County I Tsai Yi-yu (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Tsai Yi-yu (DPP) Wang Chi-li (KMT)
II Chen Ming-wen (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chen Ming-wen (DPP) Lin Kuo-ching (independent)
Pingtung County I Su Chen-ching (DPP) DPP hold Chung Chia-pin (DPP) Yeh Shou-shan (KMT)
II Chung Chia-pin (DPP) DPP hold[d] Su Chen-ching (independent)[d] Chou Chia-chi (KMT)
Hualien County Hsiao Bi-khim (DPP) DPP loss Fu Kun-chi (independent) Hsiao Bi-khim (DPP)
Taitung County Liu Chao-how (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Liu Chao-how (DPP) Chang Chih-ming (KMT)
Penghu County Yang Yao (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Yang Yao (DPP) Ou Zhong-kai (KMT)
Keelung City Cai Shi-ying (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Cai Shi-ying (DPP) Song Wei-li (KMT)
Hsinchu City Ker Chien-ming (DPP) KMT gain Cheng Cheng-chien (KMT) Cheng Hung-huei (DPP)
Chiayi City Lee Chun-yi (DPP) DPP hold Wang Mei-hui (DPP) Fu Ta-wei (KMT)
Kinmen County Chen Yu-chen (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Chen Yu-chen (KMT) Chen Fu-hai (independent)
Lienchiang County Cheng Hsueh-sheng (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Cheng Hsueh-sheng (KMT) Tsao Erh-chung (independent)
Lowland Aborigine Sra Kacaw (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Sra Kacaw (KMT)
Liao Kuo-tung (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Liao Kuo-tung (KMT)
Chen Ying (DPP) Incumbent re-elected Chen Ying (DPP)
Highland Aborigine Kao Chin Su-mei (NPSU) Incumbent re-elected Kao Chin Su-mei (independent)[e]
Chien Tung-ming (KMT) DPP gain Saidai Tarovecahe (DPP)
Kung Wen-chi (KMT) Incumbent re-elected Kung Wen-chi (KMT)


Results by party-list[edit]

2020 Taiwanese legislative party list results
S/N Party Votes 1st Round
%
2nd Round
%
Elected members Seats (±)
1 United Action Alliance 17,515 0.12 0 (Steady 0)
2 Chinese Unification Promotion Party 32,966 0.23 0 (Steady 0)
3 People First Party 518,921 3.66 0 (Decrease 3)
4 Stabilizing Force Party 94,563 0.67 0 (Steady 0)
5 Taiwan Statebuilding Party 447,286 3.16 0 (Steady 0)
6 New Power Party 1,098,100 7.75 8.98 Chen Jiau-hua, Chiu Hsien-chih, Wang Wan-yu 3 (Decrease 1)
7 New Party 147,373 1.04 0 (Steady 0)
8 Formosa Alliance 29,324 0.21 0 (Steady 0)
9 Kuomintang 4,723,504 33.36 38.65 Tseng Ming-chung, Yeh Yu-lan, Stacey Lee, Wu Sz-huai, Cheng Li-wen, Lin Wen-jui, Liao Wan-ju, Wong Chung-chun, Wu I-ding, Chen I-hsin, Chang Yu-mei, Lee De-wei, Wen Yu-hsia 13 (Increase 2)
10 Taiwan Action Party Alliance 143,617 1.01 0 (Steady 0)
11 Labour Party 19,941 0.14 0 (Steady 0)
12 Green Party 341,465 2.41 0 (Steady 0)
13 Interfaith Union 31,117 0.22 0 (Steady 0)
14 Democratic Progressive Party 4,811,241 33.98 39.37 Wu Yu-chin, Hung Sun-han, Fan Yun, Low Meei-ling, Chiu Tai-yuan, Chou Chun-mi, Yu Shyi-kun, Ker Chien-ming, Kuan Bi-ling, Chuang Jui-hsiung, Shen Fa-hui, Lin Chu-yin, Tang Hui-jen 13 (Decrease 5)
15 Taiwan People's Party 1,588,806 11.22 13.00 Lai Hsiang-lin, Jang Chyi-lu, Gao Hong-an, Qiu Chen-yuan, Cai Bi-ru 5 (Increase 5)
16 Taiwan Renewal Party 11,952 0.08 0 (Steady 0)
17 Sovereign State for Formosa & Pescadores Party 11,681 0.08 0 (Steady 0)
18 Congress Party Alliance 40,331 0.28 0 (Steady 0)
19 Taiwan Solidarity Union 50,435 0.36 0 (Steady 0)
Blank and invalid votes 296,155
Total 14,456,293 100.00 100.00
Registered voters/turnout 19,312,105 74.86

Result of aboriginal constituencies[edit]

Result in aboriginal constituencies[5][6][7][8]
Parties Lowlands Highlands Total +/-
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Kuomintang 78,153 64.12 2 50,093 34.61 1 3 -1
Democratic Progressive Party 25,843 21.20 1 25,772 17.81 1 2 +1
Green Party 1,163 0.80 0 0 0
Stabilizing Force Party 1,273 1.04 0 1,241 0.86 0 0 0
Formosa Alliance 2,958 2.42 0 577 0.40 0 0 0
United Action Alliance 1,029 0.84 0 0 0
Taiwan Renewal Party 5,020 4.12 0 0 0
Sovereign State for Formosa & Pescadores Party 366 0.25 0 0 0
Independents 7,604 6.24 0 65,512 45.27 1 1 +1
Valid votes 121,880 97.89 144,724 98.07
Blank and invalid 2,624 2.11 2,848 1.93
Total 124,504 100 3 147,572 100 3 6 0
Abstentions 75,329 37.70 67,543 31.40
Registered voters / participation 199,833 62.30 215,115 68.60

See also[edit]

http://www.ketagalanmedia.com/2020/01/17/election-2020-highlights-from-the-legislative-races/

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Constituency electorate; party-list electorate size was 19,312,105
  2. ^ a b Not yet established
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Party-list election
  4. ^ a b c Elected member Su Chen-ching is a member of DPP but ran as an independent, therefore not included in figures for DPP.
  5. ^ Kao Chin Su-mei ran as an Independent in the election, but she is affiliated to the NPSU[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "候選人資歷統計、政黨得票率及全國不分區相關報表". cec.gov.tw (in Chinese). Retrieved 21 January 2020.
  2. ^ Wang, Cheng-chung; Ko, Lin (19 March 2019). "Presidential, legislative elections to be held Jan. 11, 2020". Central News Agency. Retrieved 19 March 2019.
  3. ^ 蘇嘉全、賴清德協商立委選區定案 僅屏東再微調 Mirror Media, 7 January 2019 (in Chinese)
  4. ^ Cite error: The named reference TaiElect2020 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  5. ^ "The 15th Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and The 10th Legislator Election". www.cec.gov.tw. Retrieved 12 January 2020..
  6. ^ "The 15th Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and The 10th Legislator Election". www.cec.gov.tw. Retrieved 12 January 2020..
  7. ^ "The 15th Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and The 10th Legislator Election". www.cec.gov.tw. Retrieved 12 January 2020..
  8. ^ "The 15th Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and The 10th Legislator Election". www.cec.gov.tw. Retrieved 12 January 2020..