Kan Cabinet "Support" 62% At the time of inauguration, the level next to Koizumi and Hatoyama Cabinet September 23, 19:00
According to an NHK poll, 62% of respondents said they "supported" the Kan Cabinet, which was launched last week.
Although it is not possible to simply compare because the survey methods are different, the approval rating of the Cabinet at the time of the inauguration of the administration was the second highest after the Koizumi Cabinet and Hatoyama Cabinet.
NHK conducted a poll for two days from the 21st of this month, using a method called "RDD" to call fixed-line and mobile phone numbers randomly generated by computers for people aged 18 and over nationwide.
The number of people surveyed was 2214, and 57%, or 1270, responded.
According to this
, 62% of the respondents answered that
the Kan Cabinet, which was launched on the 16th of last week
On the other hand, 13% of the respondents answered that they did not support it.
Although it is not possible to simply compare because the survey methods are different, the approval rating of the Cabinet at the time of the inauguration of the administration was 81% for the Koizumi Cabinet and 72% for the Hatoyama Cabinet, which is the second highest level after the first and second Abe Cabinets and Kan ( Kan) It is about the same as when the Cabinet and Noda Cabinet were established.
The reasons for support
are 26% for
because it looks better than other cabinets
", 21% for
can trust your personality" and "because you have expectations for policy
", 15% for "because you have the ability to execute", and
" "Because it is the cabinet of the political party that supports it," is 13%.
On the contrary, in a reason not to support,
"because the expected policy can not have" 33%,
"support to do not a Cabinet of political party" and "because it looks good towards the other cabinet" is 16%,
the "personality trust "I can't do it" is 14%, and
"I don't have the ability to execute" is 8%.
Evaluation of the succession of the Kan Cabinet and the Abe Cabinet
When asked if the Kan Cabinet thinks it is better to take over the policies and routes of the Abe Cabinet,
"it is better to take over", 36%
"it is better to take over", and
" "It is better not to take over" was 20%, and
"It is better not to take over" was 18%.
Whether it is better for the Kan Cabinet to take over the policies and routes of the Abe Cabinet depends on the political parties and age groups that support it.
By party, 70% of the ruling party supporters answered that it was better to take over, including "if anything", while only a little less than 30% of the opposition supporters answered. ..
In addition, in the unsupported layer, "it is better to take over" and "it is better not to take over" are competing.
By age group, people over the age of 70 are opposed to "it is better to take over" and "it is better not to take over", but by the age of 60, "it is better to take over" is more common.
What to expect most from the Kan Cabinet
The most expected thing from the Kan Cabinet is
"response to the new coronavirus" at 25%,
"economic measures" at 20%,
"review of social security system" at 17%, and
"elimination of political distrust". Was 14%,
"regulatory reform" was 9%, and
"diplomatic and security" was 7%.
Looking at the most expectations for the Kan Cabinet by age group, 37% of the respondents aged 18-39 had "economic measures", while those in their 50s had "response to the new coronavirus" and "economic measures" 25. Lined up in%.
In addition, the number of people in their 60s and above who expect "elimination of political distrust" is higher than in other age groups.
By party, the ruling party supporters and the non-supporters often cited "economic measures" in addition to "response to the new corona virus," while the opposition supporters "resolved political distrust." Is increasing.
Kan Cabinet Personnel Evaluation
When asked how much the Kan Cabinet's ministerial personnel and LDP officers' personnel would be evaluated as a whole,
said they would evaluate it
53% said they would evaluate it to some extent
, and 22% said they would not evaluate it very much.
"I do not evaluate at all" was 7%.
Time to dissolve the House of Representatives and hold a general election
When asked when the House of Representatives should be dissolved and general elections, three options were given:
"within the year" 15%,
"first half of next year" 14%,
"expiration of term in October next year or near" Was 58%.
Regarding the timing of the dissolution of the House of Representatives and the general election, 58% of the respondents answered that their term of office will expire in October next year or near it, an increase of 9 points from last month.
By political party, 61% of the ruling party supporters answered that their term of office would expire in October next year, which was about the same as 60% last month, while opposition supporters and non-supporters. Then, each has increased from 40% to 60%.
Abe's longest administration Evaluation of work performance
When asked about 7 years 8 or work the first time of ranged Abe administration a month,
14% are "greatly evaluation",
49 percent "to some extent evaluation" is,
"not so much evaluation" 21%,
"not at all evaluation Was 9%.
Achievements most evaluated by the Abe Cabinet
When asked about the achievements of the Abe Cabinet, citing six policy issues,
28% answered "diplomatic and security"
"economic policy" and "work style reform", and
"declining birthrate". “Countermeasures and child-rearing support” was 10%,
“raise of consumption tax rate” was 7%, and
“social security” was 6%.
Do you expect the new confluence party?
When asked how much they expected from the Constitutional Democratic Party of the new confluence,
expected a lot,
25% said they expected a certain
amount, 36% said they did not expect much, and
24% said they did not expect at all. was.