NHK Public Opinion Poll May 18 19:02 May "Do Not Support" Beyond "Support" Cabinet
According to an NHK poll, 37% of respondents said they "support" the Abe Cabinet, down 2 points from last month's survey, while those who said "no support" went up 7 points to 45. %was. It's only since the June survey that Ottoshishi has exceeded "I don't support."
From the 15th of this month, NHK will conduct a public opinion survey for three days starting from the 15th of this month by using the method called "RDD" to call a fixed telephone number and a mobile telephone number randomly generated by a computer for 18 years old or older.
2075 people were surveyed, and 1163 people (61%) obtained responses.
According to this, 37% of respondents said they "support" the Abe Cabinet, down 2 points from the survey last month, while those who answered "no support" went up 7 points to 45%. .
It's only since the June survey that Ottoshishi has exceeded "I don't support."
As for the reasons for supporting the Cabinet, 55% said that "it looks better than other cabinets" and 14% said that "because it is the cabinet of a political party that supports it".
On the other hand, the reasons for not supporting it are as follows: “Because the personality is unreliable” is 36%, and “Because the policy cannot be expected” is 26%.
When asked about how anxious they feel about their lives due to the spread of the new coronavirus, 29% said they were “very anxious”, 53% were “a little anxious”, and 12% were “a little anxious”. “I don't feel any anxiety” was 3%.
Regarding the government's response to the new coronavirus so far, 5% were "very much evaluated", 39% were "somewhat evaluated", 37% were "not very evaluated", and 16% were "not evaluated at all". .
When the government asked about the cancellation of the state of emergency in 39 prefectures, including 5 prefectures of "special caution prefectures", 36% were "at the right time" and 48% were "too early", “It was too late” was 7%.
When asked if they think that the state of emergency can be lifted by all prefectures by the end of May, 22% of respondents answered "yes" and 69% answered "not" .
The government has decided to stop paying 300,000 yen in cash to households whose monthly income has dropped to a certain level, and to pay 100,000 yen per person to all citizens. About this, 61% were “appropriate” and 26% were “not appropriate”.
When asked about the pros and cons of the prosecution's law, which allows prosecutors to extend their retirement age, 17% of the respondents agreed and 62% opposed.