Japan PM’s approval rating sinks to record-low 


The approval rating of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s cabinet has fallen to 35%, its lowest yet, even as his move to bolster the nation’s defense capabilities receives broad public support, the latest Nikkei-TV Tokyo poll shows, Report informs.

Public support declined 2 percentage points from November’s 37% in the survey, conducted from Friday through Sunday. At the same time, 60% of respondents said they backed the government’s decision to acquire “counterstrike capabilities” to hit enemy missile bases, far above the 31% who opposed the move.


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