Original title: Japan Kyodo News Survey: Abe ’s Cabinet support rate dropped to 40%. The
results of a nationwide telephone public opinion survey conducted by Japan Kyodo News Agency from April 10 to 13 show that the Japanese government amended the “Special Measures for New Flu and Other Measures” Act After the “Emergency Declaration” was issued in the case, many companies and stores temporarily closed their business according to government requirements. For the economic losses suffered by companies and stores, 82.2% of the respondents believed that “the government should compensate”, and 12.4% believed that “no need Provide compensation “. Regarding the timing of the release of the “Emergency Declaration”, 80.4% thought it was “too late” and only 16.3% of the respondents thought it was “the right time.” Compared with the last survey conducted from March 26 to 28, Abe ’s cabinet support rate decreased by 5.1 percentage points to 40.4%, and the non-support rate exceeded the support rate by 43.0%.
In addition, up to 76.2% of the respondents said that Abe said it would distribute 2 cloth masks to all households across the country. The survey respondents included 515 fixed-line respondents and 513 mobile phone respondents. (Headquarters reporter Zhou Li)