Approval rate for Japanese PM's cabinet down 8.3%


Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Second from left) and Health Minister Katsunobu Kato (left) attending a meeting of the new Covid-19 (coronavirus) infectious disease control headquarters at the prime minister's office in Tokyo. The approval rate for the Cabinet dropped 8.3% compared to the previous poll in January, marking the sharpest decrease in nearly two years, a Kyodo News survey revealed on Sunday (Feb 16). - AFP

TOKYO: The approval rate for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet dropped 8.3% compared to the previous poll in January, marking the sharpest decrease in nearly two years, a Kyodo News survey revealed on Sunday (Feb 16).

The nationwide opinion poll conducted over the weekend showed that the approval rate stands at 41%.

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