Taiwan’s incumbent president is leading over her rivals ahead of elections in January, according to an opinion poll released Monday. 

The poll, conducted by the Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation (TPOF), shows that Tsai Ing-wen and her running mate, former premier William Lai, have widened their lead over opposition candidate Han Kuo-yu and former premier Simon Chang by 30.6 percentage points from 29 points in November, Taiwan News reported.

On Jan. 11, Taiwanese voters will elect a president, vice president and 113 members of the state legislature.

Tsai, of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), is running for re-election against Kuo-yu

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