Translated by: MOS Education Team – cancan
On Jnuary 22, Japanese media reported results of a poll conducted by the Japanese Government. Results show 85% of Japanese people believe relations between Japan and the Chinese Communist Party are not good. Yet, 91% believes that Japan’s relations with the United States are good. In addition, the results of the polling unit entrusted by Japan’s Taiwan Representative Office show nearly 80% of Japanese people feel close to Taiwan.
The Japanese Government conducted a postal poll of 3,000 people over the age of 18 across the country from the end of September to November of last year resulting with 1,701 (56.7%) response. Compared with the last, the number of people in this poll who believes that they have good relations with the CCP has decreased by nearly three percentage points. There was a 5% point increase in the perception of good relations with the United States.
From November 14 to 26 last year, the Taiwan Representative Office in Japan commissioned a Japanese polling company to research Japanese people’s perception of Taiwan. Results show that 78% of Japanese respondents have a sense of closeness to Taiwan, and nearly 70% to 80% of the respondents feel that Taiwan is trustworthy, Taiwan-Japan relations are good, and expected to develop in the future.a
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