Tsai Ing-wen's vote-request rate in each constituency in the January presidential election this year, the middle graph is the DPP's vote rate in Kaohsiung regardless of division, and the right graph is the support votes for the recall case in June this year. Voting rates in each constituency. For example, in the Qiaotou district on the left (0.55, 0.38), the representative said that in Qiaotou district, 55 out of every 100 adults on average came out to support Tsai Ing-wen in January, but only 38 came out to support Chen Qimai in August .
If the number of people in the two telemarketing list elections is exactly the same, then the distribution of the scatter plot should be close to the dashed diagonal line in the figure, which represents the same value of X and Y. If there was a significant difference in the distribution of votes between the two elections, it would be far from the dashed diagonal. The three maps are roughly linear distributions, that is, if the constituencies that were relatively green in the previous elections or recalls, of course, will be relatively Chen Qimai this time, which is not surprising.
But if one considers how the distribution differs from the dashed diagonal, a number of interesting inferences can be drawn. In the picture on the left, the difference between Tsai Ing-wen's vote and Chen Qimai's vote is not small. Just take the Qiaotou District above as an example. On average, 55 out of every 100 people in this district voted for Tsai Ing-wen, but only 38 voted for Chen Qimai this time. one third.