President Chen Shui-bian's (
The survey was conducted by the Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) -- the Democratic Progressive Party's ally in the pan-green camp -- on 69 civic groups from May 5 through May 12.
The respondents gave the administration's overall performance a failing grade of 57.5 percent.
Ho Min-hao (
While 64 percent of respondents thought that the government has not worked hard enough to improve the nation's economy over the past six years, 72 percent were dissatisfied with the deteriorating law and order situation, the survey found.
Seventy-three percent of the respondents said they thought that the average citizen's life is not that good, and 63 percent said they were unhappy with the government's failure to take care of disadvantaged groups.
As many as 81 percent of the respondents doubted the integrity of officials in Chen's administration, and 90 percent think Chen should take responsibility for the corruption cases involving government officials that have occurred over the past six years.
Ninety-one percent of the respondents were supportive of the Cabinet's decision to suspend Financial Supervisory Commission Chairman Kong Jaw-sheng (
Meanwhile, 60 percent of respondents expressed their approval for Chen's move to adjust cross-strait economic policy to "active management, effective opening," with only 20 percent disagreeing with that adjustment.
In addition, 10 percent said that they were in favor of enacting a new constitution.