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Poll: Majority think Japan-DPRK summit should be held ASAP

  • October 10, 2018
  • , NHK
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NHK reported this morning on the results of its opinion survey conducted from Oct. 6-8, which found that 55% of respondents said Prime Minister Abe should hold a summit with the North Korean leader as soon as possible, 19% said the premier should not rush to do so, and 18% were undecided. On PM Abe’s agreement with President Trump to launch new bilateral trade talks and that tariffs on Japanese auto imports will not be raised during the negotiations, 56% welcomed the development, while 32% did not. On the GOJ’s policy to move forward with the Futenma relocation plan as planned despite new Okinawa Governor Tamaki’s opposition, 23% expressed support, 32% expressed opposition, and 36% were undecided.

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