A recent poll found that about 98 percent of respondents have a negative view of the "transit" to the United States by Tsai Ing-wen, the leader of the Taiwan region during a visit to Central American nations.
Tsai is reportedly scheduled to visit some Central American nations from Wednesday to April 7, during which she plans to "transit" through the US and meet with US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Global Times and online website Huanqiu launched a poll on Tuesday, with more than 126,000 people having voted as of Monday night.
Nearly 98 percent of the respondents considered Tsai attempts to seek "breakthrough" in regard to the island's collusion with the US and advocate "Taiwan independence" through the so-called transit.
About 97 percent of the respondents said that any counter measures taken by Beijing are justified and necessary, according to the survey.
When asked about their views on McCarthy's claim that he would visit the island, 98 percent of the respondents said it's a serious political provocation for the purposes of supporting "Taiwan independence" forces and must be resolutely countered, the survey showed.