Results from a survey released on Tuesday find that 58 percent of South Koreans are opposed to President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol's plan to relocate the presidential office to the defense ministry compound.
According to the survey of more than one-thousand adults conducted over the weekend by the pollster Mediatomato, 58-point-one percent of the respondents said the presidential office should be located at the current Cheong Wa Dae complex in northern Seoul.
Thirty-three-point-one percent were in favor of the relocation.
Among respondents that support the Democratic Party, 95-point-one percent voiced opposition to the relocation.
Among the respondents supporting the People Power Party, 63-point-six percent were in favor of the plan, while 25-point-four percent were against.
The survey, commissioned by online media outlet News Tomato, has a 95 percent confidence level with a margin of error of plus or minus three-point-one percentage points.
Details of the poll are available on the website of the National Election Survey Deliberation Commission.