Kan Cabinet ‘supports’ 55% NHK poll, down 7 points from last month

Kan Cabinet “supported” 55% down 7 points from last month NHK poll October 12 19:00

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According to NHK’s poll, 55 percent of those who said they “support” the Kan Cabinet, down seven points from last month. The number of people who said they would not support it was 20%, up 7 points.
NHK conducted a poll called “RDD” for 9 to 3 days this month, calling randomly generated landline and mobile phone numbers on computers for over 18 years of age nationwide.

The survey included 2,236 people, 57 percent of 1284 respondents.

As a result, 55 percent of those who said they would “support” the Kan Cabinet were 55 percent, down seven points from last month’s survey for the first time since the inauguration of the government.

On the other hand, the number of people who answered “I do not support” was 20%, up 7 points.

The reason for supporting the Cabinet is that
“Because it looks better than other Cabinets” is 26%,
“Because you can trust your personality” is 24%,
“Because we have the ability to execute” and “because we have expectations for policy” are 18%,
“Because it is a cabinet of the political party that supports it” became 10%.

For reasons that do not support
“Because you can’t trust your personality” is 32%,
“Because we don’t have any expectations for policy,” 31%
“Because other cabinets look better” and “because it is not the cabinet of the political party that supports” is 13%,
“Because there is no execution power” became 6%.

I asked him how much anxiety he or his or her family felt about being infected with the new coronavirus.
“I feel a lot” is 32%,
“I feel to some extent” is 47%,
“I don’t feel much” is 15%,
“I don’t feel it at all” was 3%.

The government’s response to the new coronavirus
“Great evaluation” is 5%,
“Evaluate to some extent” is 49%,
“I don’t rate it very much” is 34%,
“Do not rate at all” was 6%.

With the new coronavirus at the water’s end, the government, in principle, eased immigration control measures for the whole world from the 1st of this month.

When I asked him what he thought of this timing,
“Appropriate” is 20%,
“Too early” is 59%,
“It was too late” was 9%.

The Minister in Charge of Regulatory Reform, Kono, has called on all government offices in all countries to abolish the stamp on administrative procedures as much as possible.

I asked him how much he appreciated this policy.
“Great evaluation” is 22%,
“Evaluate to some extent” is 43%,
“Don’t rate too much” is 21%,
“Do not rate at all” was 3%.

When I asked him how convincing he was about the failure to appoint some of the new members recommended by the Science Council of Japan, Prime Minister Kan explained that it was the result of responding appropriately in the course of the law.
“I can agree with you very” is 10%,
“I can agree to some extent” is 28%,
“I’m not very convinced” is 30%,
“I’m not convinced at all” was 17%.

There has been a series of damages from Japan Post Bank’s accounts, in which savings are illegally withdrawn through electronic payment services, etc.

When I asked him how much he felt uneasy about cashless payments that did not use cash,
“I feel a lot” is 33%,
“I feel to some extent” is 38%,
“I don’t feel much” is 16%,
“I don’t feel it at all” was 5%.