78% of Japanese answered the distrust of the government on the statistical issues of the province
January 14, 2019 09:04 Source: China News Network
BEIJING, January 14 (Xinhua) According to the Kyodo News Agency, the results of the Japanese national telephone survey conducted by the agency on December 12 and 13 showed that 78.8% of the investigations were conducted about the “monthly labor statistics” of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. Respondents answered “untrustworthy” government statistics. Respondents who answered “can trust” accounted for 10.5%.
In response to the response and explanation of the basic laborers, the respondents who answered “unbelievable” accounted for 69.1%, and the respondents who were “convinced” were 18.0%.
With the new Emperor on the 1st of May, 66.2% of the respondents were “affirmed” for the policy of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who announced the New Year’s announcement on April 1. 23.1% of the respondents “don’t be sure”. The Abe Cabinet support rate was 43.4%, a slight increase of 1.0 percentage points from the last survey on December 15 and 16 of last year. The unsupport rate is 42.3%.
It is precisely because the monthly labor statistics are deeply related to the safety nets such as employment insurance and work injury insurance that are important to the nationals. It can be seen from the results of the public opinion survey that the national distrust of the government has increased.
When responding to the respondents who did not affirm the Abe policy for the publication of the New Year's number, the answer was “best to announce earlier than April 1”, accounting for 64.9%. "It is best to announce at the same time as the new emperor is in place" at 22.8%. “No need for year number” is 9.3%.
The proportion of the summer Senate elections represented the voting targets, the Liberal Democratic Party accounted for 31.9%, the Constitutional Democratic Party 9.4%, the Komeito Party 3.5%, the Communist Party 3.2%, the Japan Reform Association 2.5%, and the National Democratic Party 1.9%.
In terms of party support rate, the Liberal Democratic Party fell by 2.6 percentage points from the previous survey to 36.0%; the Cadets decreased by 2.3 percentage points to 9.2%. The Komeito Party is 2.8%, the Communist Party is 2.4%, the Japan Reform Association is 2.4%, the National Democratic Party is 1.4%, the Liberal Party is 0.6%, and the Social Democratic Party is 0.4%. No one answered the party of hope. The non-partisan population who answered “unsupported political parties” was 43.5%.