China News Service February 23rd The results of the national telephone survey conducted by Japan Kyodo News on 22 and 23 show that 66.8% of respondents oppose the relaxation of the principle of prohibiting the export of weapons and related technologies. & rdquo;, significantly more than 25.7% of the pros.
According to the report, this reflects the re-enactment of new principles in the face of Abe’s government plan to relax restrictions, and most voters demand that the government act cautiously. In addition, 65.6% of respondents believe that in order to reach an agreement in the “Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement” (TPP) negotiations, it is also a helpless decision to partially reduce the tariffs on five important crops such as rice and wheat. The number of respondents who agreed was 26.2%.
Regarding the Japanese government and the ruling party discussing the reform of the Board of Education to strengthen the authority of local government heads, 62.4% of respondents expressed affirmation, more than 28.2% of negative attitudes.
Abe’s cabinet support rate was 53.9%, down 2.0 percentage points from the previous survey in January.
Responsible Editor: Qi Yuhan