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NHK Exit Survey Competing with Saitama Prefecture Governor Ono and Aoshima | NHK News

2019-08-25T11:07:55.675Z

The governor's election in Saitama Prefecture, which has become a de facto ruling and opposition party confrontation, has been voted on the 25th, and votes have already begun in some areas. NHK is on the line ...


Saitama Prefecture Governor's Selection Ono and Aoshima compete with each other NHK Exit Survey August 25, 20:01

The governor's election in Saitama Prefecture, which has become a de facto ruling and opposition party confrontation, has been voted on the 25th, and votes have already begun in some areas. In the exit survey conducted by NHK,
▽ Former member of the House of Councilors, supported by the four opposition parties such as the Constitutional Democratic Party and the National Democratic Party,
▽ Two people of Mr. Kenta Aoshima recommended by the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party are competing.

On the 25th, NHK conducted an exit survey to investigate the voting behavior and awareness of voters in the Saitama governor election.

The survey was conducted on approximately 6,100 voters who voted at 56 polling places in Saitama Prefecture, and responses were obtained from 4120 people, or 67%.

By the 24th, more than 530,000 people, or approximately 9% of the number of voters, have voted early, but these voters are not subject to investigation.

In the exit survey,
▽ Former member of the House of Councilors, supported by the Constitutional Democratic Party, the National Democratic Party, the Communist Party, and the Social Democratic Party,
▽ Two people, Kenta Aoshima, supported by the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party, are competing.

In this election, the current governor, Ueda, who also serves as the chairman of the national governor, was unable to run for the first time in 16 years.

The Saitama governor election has already begun counting in some areas, and the results are expected to be found late at night on the 25th.

Source: nhk

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