A recent survey shows public support has dropped for President Park Geun-hye’s unification bonanza slogan.


The East Asia Institute(EAI) found that support for the bonanza theory among people in their 20s had fallen to 32-point-four percent last year, 13-point-two percentage points lower than a year earlier.


Those in their 50s who responded favorably to the idea fell by as much as eleven-point-two percentage points.


The EAI also found that the ratio of respondents who considered North Korea an enemy state had risen threefold compared to a decade earlier, to 41 percent in 2015.