According to Wikipedia, a term used in political science is "political efficacy." It is described as "the citizen's trust in their own capacity to understand and participate in political affairs." Political efficacy plays a crucial role in shaping citizens' engagement with politics and their willingness to participate in various political activities.
Further, we show that racial efficacy exhibits associations with conventional and unconventional forms of participation that distinguish whites from other racial and ethnic groups. This highlights the importance of considering the intersectionality of race and political efficacy in understanding participation patterns.
Written by The Fengze Strategy, Taiwan's 2024 presidential election is approaching. Although candidates from different major parties have distinct policy positions, their ability to inspire political efficacy among citizens will be a determining factor in voter turnout and engagement.