It was surveyed that half of the Japanese would wish Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to resign immediately or within the year regarding the ``health abnormality''.

The Mainichi Newspaper reported on the 23rd that the survey was conducted on the 22nd with the Social Research Center on 1,42 Japanese men and women over the age of 18 by wired or wireless phone.

'Abe's health anxiety is being pointed out.

26% and 24% answered "immediate resignation" and "resignation within the year" to the question of how long do you think it would be good to continue as prime minister.

26% and 23% responded "continue until next year" and "continue as long as possible", respectively.

The approval rating of the cabinet of Shinzo Abe, the'longest-running regime in Japan', has stepped in place at the 30% level.

In this poll by the Mainichi Newspaper, the Abe cabinet approval rating was found to be 34%.

Looking at the trend of the Abe cabinet approval rating in the Mainichi poll, it fell sharply to 27% in May and then rose to 36% in June and then fell again to 32% in July.

In this poll, it can be assessed that the approval rate showed a sideways trend compared to the poll last month.

59% of respondents said they "do not support" Abe's reshuffle, similar to last month's survey (60%).

In a poll conducted by NHK on the 8th to 10th of this month on 1,286 men and women over the age of 18, the Abe cabinet approval rate was 34%.

When asked about the Abe regime's response to the novel coronavirus infectious disease (Corona 19) in this Mainichi poll, 63% said "do not evaluate" and 20% said "evaluate".

In Japanese,'evaluate' is used to mean positive evaluation, and'do not evaluate' means negative evaluation.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Abe, who succeeded in reigning for the second time in December 2012, achieved 2,799 days in office for 24 consecutive days, the longest record of former Prime Minister Sato Eisaku (1901~1975) (2,798 days). Beyond.

Prime Minister Abe has already become the longest-running prime minister based on the total number of tenures, including the first term of office on November 20 last year (September 26, 2006-September 366, 2007).

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