The support rate of Kan Yiwei’s cabinet continues to drop to 33% due to ineffective protest

Japan’s “Asahi Shimbun” 23 and 24 conducted a public opinion survey showed that the support rate of the Japanese cabinet led by Kan Yiwei fell to 33%, while the non support rate rose to 45%.

In this survey, 73% of respondents believed that Kan Wei Wei was &ldquo in COVID-19’s prevention and control; failed to give full play to ” leadership. Asahi Shimbun commented that the public’s dissatisfaction with the government’s epidemic prevention and control measures has greatly affected the support rate of the cabinet.

As for the emergency manifesto recently issued by the Japanese government for 11 prefectures, 80% of the respondents thought it was “too late” to issue the Manifesto;. At the same time, 54% of the respondents thought that the declaration only required people not to go out as much as possible and asked restaurants to shorten business hours, while only 34% thought that it was “appropriate”.

The new crown vaccine is regarded by Kan Yiwei’s cabinet as the key to control the epidemic. However, according to the public opinion survey, if the Japanese government promotes vaccination free of charge, only 21% of the respondents said that they would be vaccinated immediately, 70% said that they would take a look, and 8% said that they would not be vaccinated.

In response to the concerns of the public about the Tokyo Olympic Games, 51% of the respondents thought that it would be postponed again, 35% thought that it would be suspended, and only 11% thought that it would be held as scheduled;.

The major media in Japan will conduct public opinion surveys on the cabinet support rate at different times. According to the public opinion survey results released by the Japan Broadcasting Association on January 12, the support rate of Kan Yiwei’s cabinet fell to 40%, while the non support rate rose to 41%, which is the first time that the support rate of Kan Yiwei’s cabinet has been lower than the non support rate since its establishment in September last year.

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