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86.6% Of Japanese Back Tougher Laws On Political Funds

A recent Kyodo News survey shows that 86.6% of respondents back tougher political funds control laws in Japan amid a fundraising scandal embroiling the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), Kyodo News reported.


A total of 61.6% said they were also dissatisfied with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's handling of a magnitude-7.6 earthquake that struck the Noto Peninsula in central Japan on New Year's Day. I Photo: Kyodo News



A total of 61.6% said they were also dissatisfied with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's handling of a magnitude-7.6 earthquake that struck the Noto Peninsula in central Japan on New Year's Day.


Still, 54.6% said they felt the government response to the earthquake was prompt, while 43.8% considered it too slow.


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

The telephone survey, which started on Saturday, put the approval rating for Kishida's Cabinet at 27.3%, up 5 points from an all-time low of 22.3% in the previous poll in December but remaining in the 20% range for the third consecutive poll.


The disapproval rate, meanwhile, fell 7.9 points to 57.5% from the previous survey's record high. Kishida became prime minister in October 2021.


Banking & finance: Business man in suit and tie working on his laptop and holding his mobile phone in the office located in the financial district.

A total of 80.2% of respondents believe LDP factions should be dissolved following revelations multiple members allegedly failed to declare hundreds of millions of yen of fundraising party revenue in political funding reports.




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